Fire kills three at ArcelorMittal mine in Kazakhstan


(Reuters) – Three miners have died in a fire at an ArcelorMittal (MT.LU) coal mine in Kazakhstan, the company said on Friday.

Efforts to contain the fire, which broke out on Thursday, and to restore normal ventilation are under way, ArcelorMittal Temirtau, which represents the firm in Kazakhstan, said in a statement.

ArcelorMittal Temirtau owns 15 coal and ore mines in Kazakhstan.

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