Updated Trends: New Zealand Mine Explosion, Rescue Workers Unable To Enter The Mine
After the recent New Zealand coal mine explosion which took place last week, the rescue workers who are ready to search for the 29 missing men, are still unable to enter the mine. Poisonous gases and toxic fumes within the mine have eventually barred the rescue process, as a result the rescue team has sent in a bomb disposal robot to check the extent of the gases and if lucky find the missing men too.
Amidst this huge commotion, where the rescue work has still not commenced, many people and authorities have already started losing hope that the men would even be alive inside. Methane and some other toxic gases are forming inside the mine since the day the explosion took place.
It is believed that there is a fire inside the mine, and thats the reason toxic fumes are being emitted in the mine. With the gases being produced within the mine and the rescue work being prolonged by the day, it is believed that the men have a very small chance of being alive.