30 trapped in Chilean copper mine, no deaths reported

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August 6, 2010 08:17

 
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At least 30 miners were caught in the collapse of a gold and copper mine in Chile, Reuters reported on Friday.

"We have no report of deaths, but we have only preliminary information at the moment," an emergency official told Reuters.

Chile is the world's top producer of copper, but serious mining accidents are not common.

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