52 people became victims of the accident at the mine in Kuzbass

According to preliminary data, 52 people became victims of the accident at the Listvyazhnaya mine in Kuzbass. This was reported by RIA Novosti with reference to emergency services.

Among the dead were six rescuers. A TASS source notes that there are no survivors among those who were underground until recently.

The fire at the Listvyazhnaya mine occurred on the morning of November 25. According to preliminary data, a methane explosion was the cause of the incident. At that moment, there were 285 people in the mine.

Investigative Committee opened a criminal case under the article on violation of industrial safety requirements for hazardous production facilities. As part of the case, the director of the mine, his deputy and the head of the section were detained.

(C)MEDUZA 2021

One comment

  • Miners from Listvyazhnaya said that the management glued the methane sensors with tape so that they would not show that the limit level was exceeded
    17:04, 27 November 2021Source: RBK
    At the Listvyazhnaya mine, workers were periodically given sensors that showed an incorrect level of methane concentration. RBC writes about this with reference to the miners who worked in the mine.

    According to the workers of the mine, the methane level sensors that were given to them were taped inside with adhesive tape in order to knock down the readings and thus hide the real dangerous level of methane concentration.

    “They’ll just bridge these sensors and that’s it. This sensor is glued with double-sided tape from the inside so that air does not enter there and it does not show the data that it really is. Everybody saw it, ”the driver Artem Simon told RBC.

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