Turkish Mine Explosion: 28 Killed and Dozens Trapped In Northern Turkey Coal Mine:- A horrific incident occurred in Turkey where at least 28 people handed their lives. According to the reports, a tragic incident happened in a Turkish mine on Friday, October 14, 2022, where more than 28 people have been reported dead. Since this news surfaced on news channels this news also has started trending on every social media platform. Meanwhile, netizens and renowned personalities are expressing their sorrows and sending their condolences to the families of the victims. According to the reports, people are also eager to learn the identities of the victim who died in the mine explosion. By reading down the page you will get to learn what went wrong that led to the tragedy. Kindly drag it down and take a peek at the following sections.
28 Killed and Dozens Trapped In Northern Turkey Coal Mine
Reportedly, approx 110 workers were present in the mine when an explosive blast underground. In addition, more than half of the workers were 300 meters deep in the mine. As a repercussion of the explosion in the mine at least 28 people died at the scene and dozen of injured in the incident. Shortly after the incident, all the possible efforts were made to rescue the workers and provide emergency aid to the workers. Scroll down the screen and read further details.
Fahrettin Koca, Health Minister of Turkey stated that as of now 11 people have been taken out from the mine and have been rushed to the hospital for their treatment. He further added, rescue officers worked all over the night and dug through rocks to rescue workers. As per the source, a video from the scene also has come out in which rescue crews are being seen taking out the mine workers in Amasra on the Black Sea coast. A huge crowd of people can also be seen in the video.
At least 28 miners are killed and 15 remain trapped following explosion at mine in northern Turkish town of Amasra pic.twitter.com/1Vp7RTJc66
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Family members and relatives of the victims were at the scene and anxiously waiting for their beloved ones. The explosion occurred when around 49 workers were mining between the 300m and 350m risk zone, confirm Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu.
After the incident, Mr. Soylu stated, “There are those whom we were not able to evacuate from that area. We are facing a truly regretful situation.” It is reported that the president of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan could visit the scene on Saturday, October 15, 2022. Amasra’s mayor named Recai Cakir said many workers have survived the traumatic injuries but at least 28 have died.