8 Killed in Pakistan Mine Collapse

8 Killed in Pakistan Mine Collapse

A Pakistani official said heavy rain has caused the collapse of a coal mine in the country’s northwest, killing at least eight miners and leaving another four missing and feared dead. Local administration official Dost Mohammad said on Sunday that the mine in the Orakzai tribal region collapsed the previous evening. He said military rescuers succeeded in saving 29 miners despite being hampered by the continuing rain, AP reported.


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