Two Chinese engineers killed in mine accident in Pakistan

Islamabad, Oct 21: Bodies of two Chinese engineers, who were killed after being trapped in a lead and zinc mine in southwestern province of Balochistan, have been retrieved by rescuers, nearly a month after the accident.

The Chinese were employed at the MMC Huaye Dudder Mining Company in Dudder area of Lasbela district in southwestern province of Balochistan.

The bodies of both Chinese engineers were pulled out late on Wednesday night, according to an official of the company.

Officials said that a Pakistani worker was also trapped in the mine and rescuers are yet to find his body.

Chinese are working in different projects in Pakistan under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

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