TEUTSCHENTHAL – Hours of fear in the Teutschenthal mine, where at 9am this morning a huge explosion caused the injury of some people and trapped 35 miners at a depth of 700 meters.Nhumid rescuers on the spot, in small German municipality of 9,397 inhabitants near Halle, located in the land of Saxony-Anhalt."The miners have oxygen and are in security rooms," a police spokesman said before communicating via Twitter the successful rescue: "All have been recovered".
Triggering the explosion would have been an explosive gas mixture underground. According to the company, around 100 people work in the Teutschenthal mine.Closed in 1982, after 80 years in which it was used for the extraction of potassium chloride, the mine was used as a deposit for mineral waste.
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