Nearly 30 Trapped After Explosion In Mine In Germany

Firefighters arrive at the scene after an explosion at the Teutschenthal mine near Halle Germany

38 people were in the mine when the explosion occurred; they all have been saved.

At least two people were injured and 34 people were temporarily trapped underground after an explosion at a mine in eastern Germany on Friday.

Police defined to information firm dpa that as much as 30 extra people have been considered in a security location underground subsequent the explosion Friday morning on the Teutschenthal facility, round Halle. Two people were injured in the accident and sent to hospital, DPA reported. Initially, the media reported that those who stayed underground were unable to get out due to a blocked passage, but the operator of Geiger Unternehmensgruppe specified that they were all in "safe shelter".


Authorities said all work at the mine would stop until the cause had been clarified, however early signs pointed towards a hydrogen explosion or deflagration. A large number of rescue workers, as well as the local fire brigade, showed up to the scene. Previously, the mine had been used for potash salt extraction for around 80 years. Mineral waste is now stored there.

The workers at the Teutschenthal mine escaped to a secure area, police said.

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