Eight miners dead after tremor in Polish mine
Three missing workers who rescuers were searching for underground after a tremor at a mine in southwestern Poland were found dead on Wednesday evening, according to Radio Poland.
The death toll following the tremor on Tuesday evening at the Rudna mine in the town of Polkowice now stands at eight, Radio Poland reported.
The director of the mine, Pawel Markowski, said that the tremor was the biggest tragedy in over 55 years at a mine belonging to copper giant KGHM.
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Polish PM Beata Szydlo visited the mine on Wednesday while President Andrzej Duda planned to visit on Thursday.