10 miners are still trapped after 48 hours of the collapse in Coahuila

10 miners are still trapped after 48 hours of the collapse in Coahuila

As reported on social networks, some progress has already been made in extracting water from the Agujita mine.

The state president explained that at the moment 19 pumps with the capacity to extract up to 60 liters per second are already working, in addition to drilling work that will facilitate the installation of more equipment to speed up the extraction of water.

“The work will not cease until the objective is achieved,” added the state president.

Meanwhile, Enrique Alfaro, governor of Jalisco, reported that his administration also joined the rescue efforts, and through the Secretariat for Comprehensive Water Management and the Intermunicipal System of Water Services (Siapa), a bomb was sent 100 horsepower submersible to reinforce the works.

The bomb was delivered to the Ministry of National Defense and transported by air to attend to the emergency, he reported.

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