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Little hope for 15 there are already more than two weeks stuck in Indian my
More than two weeks, after fifteen miners in an Indian coal mine, stuck, today, divers from the navy on the spot sent the men back to find. The workers were working in an illegal coal mine in the Indian state of Meghalaya, in the northeast of the country, when they by a flood were surprised.

The mine was already under on 13 december, after a river near the mine flooded. The rescue layers since Tuesday, still since the pumps not powerful enough. Tv station NDTV reported earlier that the emergency services only three helmets were found in the 100-meter-deep mine.

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"Ten powerful pumps are transferred, and teams of navy divers and engineers have the remote site reached", said the local minister Kyrmen Shylla, who admitted that the chances of finding survivors are minimal. "We're now going to try the water from the mine shaft to the pumps.” the

An engineer told NDTV that it can take a week to get that operation completed.

It is not the first time that miners trapped in a mine in Meghalaya. In 2012, that happened already with 15 miners. Their bodies were never found.

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