34 Workers Trapped in Saskatchewan Mine Are Safe

The 34 workers that were trapped in a potash mine in Saskatchewan since Tuesday are now safely above ground.

The Cory potash mine is 10 kilometers southwest of Saskatoon.

All 34 employees became trapped on Tuesday when a service shaft stopped working.

While trapped underground, the employees had access to food, water, and wifi.

No injuries were reported.


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