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Search-and-rescue efforts have resumed today at the Yesaulskaya mine in the Kemerovo region
The search for the three missing persons was stopped in the early hours of February 10 because of high methane concentration in the disaster area. Three workers, who were rescued from the Yesaulskaya mine in Kuznetsk, are still listed in serious condition, Ilgiz Galeev, the director of the Kemerovo regional emergency medical center, told RIA Novosti on Thursday. In his words, another person is reported in stable condition. According to Mr. Galeev, the workers received fractures, concussions multi-degree burns and carbon-monoxide poisoning. Talking to RIA Novosti, people at the civil-defense and emergency-situations department noted that 18 out of 22 dead bodies had already been identified. According to preliminary reports, gangue methane exploded on February 9 at 3.57 a.m. Moscow time. Thirty people, i.e. members of the Novokuznetsk paramilitary rescue team and miners, were staying inside the mine at the time of the disaster. They were trying to contain a blaze that was spotted February 8
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