A forty-six-year-old miner died in a cave-in in the Centrum mine in the Most region. Severní Energetická, the company that operates the mine, confirmed the death on Saturday, extending condolences to the victim’s family and friends. The accident is being investigated and the company has refused to speculate about the possible cause of the cave-in. The respective mine has been in operation for 120 years and is currently being prepared for closure.
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