Five miners die, four missing in Afghanistan coal mine collapse

Kabul, Afghanistan — State security officials said on Tuesday that a temporary coal mine collapsed in northern Afghanistan, five miners were buried and four more were missing.

Jawed Basharat, a spokesman for the state police chief in northern Baghlan, said rescue teams were at the scene in the Nahrin district.

Coal mine collapses occur more frequently in Afghanistan. There is no specialized method of mining and mining in this country. Local workers use traditional techniques to endanger their lives in remote areas.

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, Afghanistan has trillions of dollars worth of oil, gas, lithium and other rare metals and minerals, most of which are untouched by anxiety and violence in different parts of the country. It remains.