A number of individuals are trapped after a coal mine cave in in Jharkhand, Dhanbad.

On Thursday, an unlawful coal mine collapsed in Jharkhand, within the Dhanbad district, through which a number of other people have been trapped. No accidents or deaths have not begun been reported.

Initial reports suggest that there was illegal mining in the abandoned coal pit.

Preliminary stories counsel there used to be unlawful mining on the deserted coal mine (Picture: India Lately)

A number of other people have been trapped after a coal mine collapsed within the Dhanbad district of Jharkhand on Thursday. The incident used to be reported from the Nirsa block in Dhanbad within the village of Dumarjor and at the territory of the Chirkunda police station. There are not any stories of casualties or deaths but.

Preliminary stories counsel that there used to be unlawful mining within the deserted coal pit. A 60-foot street collapsed close to a briefly closed coal mine in Dhanbad, ANI information company reported.

“A 60-foot kachcha street collapsed round 8:30 am in Dhanbad subsequent to the briefly closed Bharat Coking Coal Restricted (BCCL) condo website. No traps or any deaths/accidents had been discovered thus far,” the MP mentioned. Commissioner Dhanbad informed ANI.

A an identical incident came about in February of this yr when Unlawful coal mine collapsed in Jharkhand. A sealed coal mine used to be being operated illegally when it collapsed after mining apparatus fell 20 ft.

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