Another body recovered by the joint team of Navy, NDRF, and Meghalaya State Fire & Emergency Services from the bottom of a 152 meter-deep and flooded coal pit in the state’s East Jaintia Hills district where already five miners have been trapped since May 30.
The joint team has rescued the first body on June 16 from the coal mine in East Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya.
By examining the level of the water by the Navy divers, resumed search operation and found that the water rose by 29 feet.
The Navy team detected the body and retrieved it from the main shaft, Deputy Commissioner (DC) E Kharmalki said.
An inquiry has been conducted by the executive magistrate at the spot and the body is being transported to Khliehriat morgue for post-mortem, he added.
The DC said the relatives of the victims have been informed so they identify the retrieved bodies. Reports stated that no one has come forward to identify the recovered body.
The five miners fell into the illegal coal mine in Meghalaya that flooded after a dynamite explosion.
During the dewatering process, about 5.6 lakh liters of water were pumped out from shaft no. 1 and nearly 12.15 lakh liters of water from shaft no. 2. The dewatering process is ongoing.
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