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The bodies of the remaining two workers found in a Canadian-owned mine

The search team recovered six workers last month. Rescue teams did not find any traces of missing miners when they arrived in the mine’s safe room, about 520 meters underground.

According to the company, Mr. Trevari will not disclose the worker’s name “in respect of the privacy of the worker’s family and friends.”

According to the company, the family is notified after recovery and identification. The senior representative of Trevali and Perkoa Mine’s mining contractor, Byrnecut, is in regular contact with the families of all eight workers and will continue to provide support.

The company is currently working with Burkina Faso authorities as Trevalli’s operations team is coordinating the dehydration and rehabilitation of the Percoa mine.

In late May, a non-governmental organization based in Ottawa criticized Trevalli’s way of handling the situation at the Percoa mine. According to a CBC report, Jamie Kneen of MiningWatch Canada asks how well the company is prepared for a disaster. “I think it’s a surprisingly poor reaction in any situation, whether in developing countries or Canada,” he said.

The bodies of the remaining two workers found in a Canadian-owned mine

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