Rescuers arrive to search for two people trapped in Guanglong coal mine in Guizhou province after an explosion claimed the lives of 14 miners. Photo: Weibo Rescuers arrive to search for two people trapped in Guanglong coal mine in Guizhou province after an explosion claimed the lives of 14 miners. Photo: Weibo
Rescuers arrive to search for two people trapped in Guanglong coal mine in Guizhou province after an explosion claimed the lives of 14 miners. Photo: Weibo

Chinese coal mine blast leaves 14 dead and two missing

  • Explosion in Guizhou province comes days after five miners in Sichuan were killed and 13 trapped by flooding
  • State Council ordered ‘special crackdown’ on mine safety last month

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Rescuers arrive to search for two people trapped in Guanglong coal mine in Guizhou province after an explosion claimed the lives of 14 miners. Photo: Weibo Rescuers arrive to search for two people trapped in Guanglong coal mine in Guizhou province after an explosion claimed the lives of 14 miners. Photo: Weibo
Rescuers arrive to search for two people trapped in Guanglong coal mine in Guizhou province after an explosion claimed the lives of 14 miners. Photo: Weibo
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