The search and rescue work in Myanmars pagan mine has ended, 174 people have been killed and 20 are still missing

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 The search and rescue work in Myanmars pagan mine has ended, 174 people have been killed and 20 are still missing


At present, the work of pension and compensation has started. The Ministry of social welfare, relief and resettlement has issued a pension of 500000 kyat (about 2500 yuan) to the families of each victim, and 300000 kyat (about 1500 yuan) to each injured person. Investigations into the cause of the accident and the person in charge are continuing.

On July 2, a large-scale landslide occurred in the pagan jadeite mine in Kachin state, Myanmar, killing 174 people and injuring 55 people, which is also the largest mine disaster in Myanmar.