Rescuers have located the body of the seventh and last miner missing since a deadly blast hit the Pniówek mine in southern Poland in April last year, the mining company JSW, the mine's owner, said on Saturday.
Rescuers have located the body of the sixth of seven miners missing since a deadly blast hit the Pniowek mine in southern Poland in April last year, a spokesperson for the owner of the mine said on Wednesday.
Rescuers have located the bodies of five of the seven miners missing since a deadly blast hit the Pniowek mine in April last year.
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Polish mine rescue workers have found the body of a miner who was buried 850 metres below ground on Friday morning.
One miner has died after an accident at a coal mine in Bogdanka in Lubelskie province on Wednesday, three others have been brought safely to the surface, said police spokeswoman Izabela Zieba from the local police headquarters.
A further miner injured in last Wednesday's methane blast at the Pniowek coal mine in southern Poland has died, the Burn Treatment Centre in Siemianowice Slaskie, where the man was hospitalised, reported on Tuesday evening.
A team from the Central Mining Rescue Station working at the Zofiówka mine in the southern Polish province of Silesia, have managed to reach one of four miners missing after a tremor hit the pit on Saturday.
Six miners died in an accident at the Zofiowka coal mine in the southern Polish region of Silesia, Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, has announced while five miners were confirmed dead in another accident at the nearby Pniowek coal mine.
The death toll from the methane blasts at the Pniowek mine has climbed to six after a fifth miner, who was being treated at the Burn Treatment Centre in Siemianowice Slaskie, southern Poland, died on Sunday night.
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