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15 dead as Blossom collapses at Siberian gold Mine

The incident occurred at roughly 2% Moscow period Saturday near among the tiny neighborhood gold mining firms’ operations, the ministry said. Emergency providers continue rescue attempts and seven of those 13 individuals reported missing previously have been found living, the Tass news wire reported, citing a local authorized.

As many as 80 people were at the lodging at the moment.

The dam was not filed with the Environmental, Industrial and Nuclear Supervision Service and has been prohibited, Interfax said, citing unidentified representatives of this watchdog. Prosecutors have opened an investigation into the situation.

President Vladimir Putin ordered local police to supply all the needed aid for the victims.

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