China News Service, Xinzhou, June 13 (Reporter Li Tingyao and Yang Jieying) The reporter learned from the site headquarters of the "6·10" flooding accident at Dahongcai Iron Mine, Dai County, Xinzhou City, Shanxi Province on the 13th that emergency rescues have overcome the impact of heavy rain and underground drainage has further accelerated , As of 20 o'clock on the 13th, the water level dropped a total of 16.4 meters.

  According to forecasts by the Meteorological Department, on the afternoon of June 13, there was moderate to heavy rain in the area where the Dahongcai Iron Mine where the accident occurred. The headquarters immediately investigated the surrounding risks and took preventive measures such as building isolation cofferdams and digging diversion ditches.

  From 13:00 to 15:00 of the same day, the rainfall in the area reached about 30 mm, and the preventive measures had the expected effect. The rainfall was diverted through the preset channels and was not poured into the well.

During the rains, people stayed in the mine on duty, the equipment kept on, and rescue was always in a race against time.

  At present, the underground water outlet equipment is operating at full capacity, and the four operation teams are operating in shifts. The drainage capacity is fully released, and the vertical height water level drops by 1 meter per hour.