Ten people were killed and seven injured Saturday when part of a mountain collapsed at a coal mine in China, state television channel CCTV reported.
The crash happened around 11:15 a.m. local time (0315 GMT) in the northwestern province of Gansu, CCTV said, adding that the rescue operation had now ended.
Workers were walking around the mine site “when a cliff collapsed”.
CCTV said the collapse “buried these employees as well as vehicles”.
The final report on Saturday evening after the last body was recovered said “10 people died and seven were slightly injured”, local authorities were quoted as saying.
“An investigation is underway to determine the cause of the accident.”
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