The death toll from 2 coal mine mishaps last week in southern Poland has actually risen to 12ByThe Associated PressApril 25, 2022, 1:23 PM – 2 minutes readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleWARSAW, Poland– The death toll from two coal mine mishaps last week in southern Poland has actually risen to 12 after the bodies of two missing miners were found at one mine and another worker at a different mine passed away of his injuries, authorities said Monday.The discovery of the two bodies implies that at least six miners were eliminated throughout Saturdays trembling and methane gas discharge at the Borynia-Zofiowka mine. Rescue employees are still browsing for four other missing miners.Also, a miner hurt by methane gas blasts Wednesday at the Pniowek mine passed away in the health center on Sunday, said the Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa (JSW) company, which runs both mines in Polands southern Jastrzebie-Zdroj region, close to the Czech border.His death brings the toll from repeated surges at the Pniowek mine to six. A lot of Polish coal mines are in the southern Silesia area and lots of have a high existence of methane in the rock.Some 70% of Polands energy comes from coal, a proportion that has been sharply slammed by the European Union and environmental groups who are worried about CO2 emissions and conference environment modification goals.Poland has been trying to scale down its usage of coal.
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