37 killed in two coal mine accidents in China

North Gazette News/Beijing
At least 37 people were reportedly killed in two coal mines accidents in China, one in Liaoning province’s Fuxin Coal mine and Songlin coal mine in Guizhou province.

As per reports, 26 workers had died in Liaoning Fuxin Coal mine while 50 others had suffered injuries after a fire broke out in the mine on Wednesday morning.

The fire reportedly broke out after 1.6 magnitude earthquake hit the area.

While in another incident, 11 workers of Songlin coal mine were killed that is located in Songhe Town of Pan County in South-west China.

As per reports, 19 workers were at work in the mine when the accident took place in which 11 were killed while eight managed to escape.