18 December 2017

Morocco: Four People Die in Copper-Drill Landslide in Chichaoua, Local Authorities

Marrakech — Four people died on Monday in a landslide while drilling to extract copper from the top of a mountain in the Seksaoua region, Ait Haddou Youssef commune under the Chichaoua province, local authorities in the province said.

The bodies of the victims were removed from under the ruins and an investigation was opened by the competent authorities, to clarify the causes of this incident, under the supervision of the public prosecutor's office, said the same source.

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