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    The accident in the early hours of Tuesday is the latest in a series of mining incidents in China, where safety regulations are often poorly enforced.

    Fourteen miners were killed on Tuesday in a coal and gas blast at a mine in southwest China, leaving two people still trapped underground, authorities said.

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