230 People Evacuated from Mine in Rostov Region Due to Smoke
Moscow, 2 Apr (ONA) --- As many as 230 people working in Obukhovskaya mine near the town of Zverev, the Rostov region were evacuated due to smoke occurred at a depth of 190 m, a source with the emergency services told the Russian TASS today.
"Smoking occurred 6 km from the city of Zverevo at the central intermediate substation, located at a depth of 190 m, of the Obukhovskaya mine. There are 229 people there, they are currently being evacuated. There is no open burning, the ventilation system has been launched at the scene," the source said.