2014 Zenica mine disaster
|Date||4 September 2014|
|Time||4:30 PM CET|
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
|Also known as||Raspotočje mine disaster|
After a 3.5 Richter earthquake hit Zenica on 4 September 2014 caused rock burst in coal mine "Raspotočje", 34 miners remained trapped inside the mine. All miners were trapped more than 500 meters below the surface, but were provided with fresh air.
Out of 34 miners that were trapped inside the mine, 5 were killed, while the remaining 29 were slightly injured.
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- "Bosnian Mine Accident: 29 Rescued, 5 Miners Buried". Nikšić, Sabina; Čohadžić. Amer. ABC News. 5 September 2014. Retrieved 5 September 2014.
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