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Efforts continue to reach 10 miners northern Mexico

Summary by Ground News
The mine in Sabinas, Coahuila, about 70 miles southwest of Eagle Pass, Texas collapsed while 15 miners were inside working Wednesday afternoon. Five managed to escape with injuries. Authorities say the miners breached a neighboring space filled with water. There has been no contact with the miners since the collapse.
Efforts continue to reach 10 miners northern Mexico
10 days ago·Sabinas, Mexico

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Efforts continue to reach 10 miners northern Mexico

Round-the-clock pumping slightly lowered the level of water inside the flooded shafts of a coal mine where 10 miners were trapped in northern Mexico, but two days after a collapse it remained too high for anyone to attempt a rescue, authorities said Friday.

10 days ago·Toronto, Canada
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Efforts continue to reach 10 miners northern Mexico

Round-the-clock pumping slightly lowered the level of water inside the flooded shafts of a coal mine where 10 miners were trapped in northern Mexico, but two days after a collapse it remained too high for anyone to attempt a rescue

10 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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Efforts continue to reach 10 miners northern Mexico

Round-the-clock pumping slightly lowered the level of water inside the flooded shafts of a coal mine where 10 miners were trapped in northern Mexico, but two days after a collapse it remained too high for anyone to attempt a rescue

10 days ago·United States
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Efforts continue to reach 10 miners northern Mexico

Round-the-clock pumping slightly lowered the level of water inside the flooded shafts of a coal mine where 10 miners were trapped in northern Mexico, but two days after a collapse

10 days ago·United States
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Efforts continue to reach 10 miners northern Mexico

Round-the-clock pumping slightly lowered the level of water inside the flooded shafts of a coal mine where 10 miners were trapped in northern Mexico, but two days after a collapse it remained too high for anyone to attempt a rescue

10 days ago·Washington, United States
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Efforts continue to reach 10 miners northern Mexico

SABINAS, Mexico (AP) — Round-the-clock pumping slightly lowered the level of water inside the flooded shafts of a coal mine where 10 miners were trapped in northern Mexico, but two days after a col…

10 days ago·Washington, United States
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