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64 confirmed dead in mine gas blast
www.chinaview.cn 2004-10-22 07:21:07

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Three rescuers rush to carry out their operation in Daping coal mine, 40 kilometers southwest of Zhengzhou city, capital of central China's Henan Province, in the early morning of Oct. 22, 2004. Rescuers have found another two bodies at 10:00 a.m. Friday underground the Daping coal mine, bringing the death toll in Wednesday's gas blast to 64. At press time, rescue work for the other 84 missing was continuing. (Xinhua Photo/Wang Song)



Rescuers rush to carry out their operation in Daping coal mine. (Xinhua Photo/Wang Song) 



 (Xinhua Photo/Wang Song)



Rescuers take a break. (Xinhua Photo/Wang Song)



The rescue gears laid on the ground near the pithead of Daping coal mine. (Xinhua Photo/Wang Song)


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