I lavoratori intrappolati nella miniera d'oro per più di una settimana inviano una nota ai soccorritori

Dodici minatori intrappolati sottoterra per più di una settimana in una miniera d'oro cinese sono riusciti a far arrivare una nota ai soccorritori, i media statali hanno riferito lunedì.

L'agenzia di stampa Xinhua riferisce che la nota ha confermato 12 of the miners were still alive following the blast on January 10 in the city of Qixia in Shandong Province. Four are said to be injured while the fate of 10 others is unknown.
The workers wrote that they remained hopeful, according to Xinhua, but that they were in need of medical supplies.
The scene at the gold mine on Wednesday, with rescue work underway.

Xinhua quoted the note as saying: “We are heavily exhausted and in urgent need of stomach medicine, painkillers, medical tape, external anti-inflammatory drugs, and three people have high blood pressure.
Rescue efforts have been underway since the blast occurred about 800 feet from the mine’s entrance, trapping 22 workers around 2,000 feet below ground, the agency reported.
Rescue workers are reported to have first heard knocking sounds from those trapped on Sunday, followed by pulling on iron ropes.
Explosions and deaths are not uncommon in Chinese mines. Nel mese di settembre, almeno 16 workers in southwestern China died after they became trapped underground in a coal mine and exposed to unsafe levels of carbon monoxide, i media di stato hanno riferito.
E in 2016, dozens of workers were confirmed dead after a gas explosion at a coal mine in the city of Chongqing.

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