Canada One dead after helicopter rolls on landing near Nunavut gold mine
China: 19 dead found after the collapse of a coal mine
© ParenriquelézGarre / Pixabay China: 19 dead found after the collapse of a carbon mine after a month of research that mobilized more than one The thousand people, 19 Chinese minors who had found themselves blocked underground after the collapse of a coal mine were found dead. And then, while an explosion in a gold mine in the same province had killed 10 people in February. Macabre discovery, in China.
CAMBRIDGE BAY, Nunavut — One man is dead after a helicopter rolled on landing Tuesday near a mine in western Nunavut.
Agnico Eagle Mines, which operates the Hope Bay gold mine, says the man was a contract employee working 13 kilometres from the site.
The mine, which is about 125 kilometres southwest of Cambridge Bay, suspended operations for 24 hours following the death.
Agnico Eagle says it will provide counselling and support to employees.
RCMP say they received a call around suppertime Tuesday that a helicopter had rolled and killed a worker.
They say they are investigating along with the Safety Transportation Board of Canada and the Office of the Chief Coroner.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 15, 2021.
The Canadian Press
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