4 coal miners dead, 2 injured in accident in Bosnia

Associated Press

A spokesman for a Bosnian coal mine says four miners died and two were injured in an overnight accident.

KAKANJ, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — A spokesman for a Bosnian coal mine says four miners died and two were injured in an overnight accident.

Arif Zekic, spokesman for the Begici-Bistrani mine in the town of Kakanj, said that 28 miners were in the pit when the accident occurred at 1 a.m. Tuesday . He said the two injured were hospitalized with non-lethal wounds, and the other miners left the pit safely.

The investigation of the accident is ongoing.
 

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