Rescue workers have lifted 11 miners to safety two weeks after they were trapped underground by a blast in a gold mine in China's Shandong Province. A total of 22 men were cut off by the explosion. One of them was confirmed dead several days ago.
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A miner has died after reportedly falling into a coma after an explosion in Shandong province left him and 21 others trapped underground. Rescuers have been scrambling to deliver supplies and establish an escape route.
The trapped miners managed to send a note to rescuers, urging them to send medicine. The workers have been stuck underground for over a week following a blast a gold mine in the Shandong province.
Miners in China's northeastern Shandong province have been trapped for nearly two days following an explosion. The blast damaged their communication systems, cutting off all contact.
The first miner to be lifted to safety was in an "extremely weak" condition after spending 14 days underground. The workers became trapped after an explosion at a gold mine in northern China.
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