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Indian Navy detects fourth body in Meghalaya coal pit

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Staff Writer | February 27, 2019
IANS reported that Indian Navy divers have located a fourth body, completely decomposed, in the 370-feet deep flooded coal mine in the East Jaintia Hills district.
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A senior rescue official told IANS "The fourth body was detected at 230 feet in the same rat-hole coal mine at 4:32 PM with the help of the ROV.”

The detection of the fourth body came two days after the Navy divers located a third body, also in a highly decomposed state, with the help of a remotely operated underwater vehicle.

The Navy divers also detected a wooden cart about 20 feet from the body. Officials said that both the bodies were completely decomposed and could disintegrate on a retrieval attempt.


 

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