Sin avances en rescate de mineros mexicanos a 72 horas de rummba en mine

Ciudad de México, August 6 (EFE).- This Saturday marks 72 hours since the accident in which ten miners were trapped in a mine in the municipality of Sabinas, Coahuila, north of Mexico, although there is still no clear progress on their rescue .

This morning, the Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, indicated that they work “day and night” in the rescue of the miners, and assured that today is a “decisive” day in the search efforts because technicians will determine who can enter the risk. a la mine

“Se sigue trabajando day y noche en el rescue de los mineros de Sabinas, Coahuila. The main problem is the inundation, aunque los de bombeo son son sufficiente y de la major capacidad”, wrote the mandate on his official Twitter account.

“Today is un día decisive because, according to the technicians, there is a possibility that the buzos will be at risk,” he said.

Meanwhile, the governor of the state, Miguel Riquelme, informed that he had a meeting with military authorities, the National Guard and the national coordinator of Civil Protection, Laura Velázquez, to review progress in the labors of rescuing the miners in Agujita, Sabinas .

In his visit to the mine, the state representative said in an interview with local media that “time is coming to us”. However, he expressed his hope that the miners would be found alive.

“Es la esperanza de las familias. We hope in God”, he asserted.

The miners remained incommunicados since Wednesday at 13:35 local time (18:35 GMT), when residents of Sabinas reported the collapse of a coal mine in the community of Las Conchas, in the area of ​​Agujita, where there are at least 383 team members de rescue, entre militares y civiles.

Hasta el momento, the authorities have not reported progress in the rescue maneuvers while the families of the workers are waiting with desperation in the vicinity of the mine waiting for news about their loved ones.

On Friday, López Obrador promised that his Government would “work until the rescue” of the 10 miners.

The collapse of the mine, from which only five miners managed to escape but were injured, recalls the tragic accidents that were presented in Mexico in the last years.

According to the Pasta de Conchos Family, which groups families of miners who died in the 2006 landslide, also in Coahuila, more than 100 deaths have been recorded since then.

The most recent accident in a mine occurred in June 2021, in the municipality of Múzquiz, Coahuila, when a flood caused the roof and walls of the mine to break, which generated the collapse of the area, in whose interior seven miners were trapped que perdieron la vida.

(c) Agency EFE

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