|Date||Mine Name||Location||Accident Type||Dead||Missing1|
|5||Abandoned Stone Mine||Liaoning||Asphyxiation||7||0|
|9||Pubai Baishui Coal Mine||Shaanxi||Roof Fall||3||0|
|14||Guohekou Coal Mine||Guizhou||Explosion||10||0|
|18||Feitian Coal Mine||Guizhou||Explosion||7||0|
|19||Lasengzhong Coal Mine||Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region||H2O Inundation||0||6|
|20||Unnamed Coal Mine||Jiangxi||Roof Fall||3||0|
|23||Hengtai Coal Mine||Heilongjiang||H2O Inundation||1||3|
|Three miners trapped for more than four days in a flooded
mine shaft owned by the Hengtai Coal Mining Co. in northeast China were rescued on 8/27.
Nineteen of the trapped miners in a flooded mine in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province were rescued early Tuesday morning, bringing the total number of rescued miners to 22. The 19 miners were trapped in the highest position in the mine, and survived on dripping water underground in the past 165 hours, rescuers said.
|25||Unnamed Coal Mine||Anhui||Falling Material||7||0|
|29||Zengjiagou Coal Mine||Sichuan||H2O Inundation||10||2|
|1 Missing miners remain listed for incidents where no follow-up news report was provided.|