Employee is stuck in a mine in Queensland after the wall collapses – because rescue teams area & # 39; unsafe & # 39; eight
- Emergency crew working to rescue trapped miner at the Central Queensland mine
- The operator used the excavator on a board before the wall collapsed at the Middleton coal mine
- Queensland Fire Emergency Service said the crew was on hand from two o'clock
Emergency crews are working to rescue a trapped miner after a collapse in a mine in Central Queensland.
The miner is supposed to have run an excavator at noon on Wednesday for the accident at the Middlemount Coal Mine.
The excavator is supposed to have been on a plank of the mine before the wall collapsed and the operator fell into the trap.
Queensland Fire Emergency Service told Daily Mail Australia Rescue teams were working to safely remove the miners from the scene.
Queensland Ambulance Service said the site was & # 39; unsafe & # 39; Was considered.
& # 39; The content of a wall has the machine enclosed with the person in it.
& # 39; Rescuers stay on site while stabilizing before they can make a full assessment of the patient. & # 39;
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