At least 200 trapped after explosion in Turkish coal mine

By REUTERS
May 13, 2014 18:32

 
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ISTANBUL - At least two hundred miners were trapped after an explosion caused a fire in a coal mine in the western Turkish province of Manisa on Tuesday, the local mayor told CNN Turk television.

The mayor of Soma, a district in Manisa, told the broadcaster that 20 workers had been rescued.

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