"DNR" occupiers report that they found no miner disappeared in fire at Zasyadko mine 09/28/2021 16:25:00. Total views 741. Views today — 0.

The fire, which occurred in the eastern belt entry at the level of 1235 m, continues to be actively extinguished at the Zasyadko mine in occupied Donetsk. This was reported by the fake "Ministry of Emergency Situations of the DNR" on September 28.

In particular, the report says that "extensive fire control continues, muck drawing and cooling the lining fuel elements and smoldering rock mass are being carried out. The gas situation is being monitored and sampling of the mine atmosphere is being carried out".

At the same time, the occupiers do not report on the search for the miner who disappeared during the fire, noting only that as of 06:00 on September 28 "a person who did not come to the surface was not found".

As OstroV reported, a fire broke out in the eastern belt entry at the Zasyadko mine on September 23. There were 61 people staying down, of which 26 were in the emergency area. One miner did not come to the surface.