Crews attempting to find Kentucky miner after roof fall apart

Crews are attempting to find a Kentucky miner who became running on my own whilst a roof collapsed deep underground
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Crews have been looking Monday for a Kentucky miner who became running on my own whilst a roof collapsed deep underground, officers stated.
James D. Brown, 33, of Lynch started out his shift as a roof bolter operator overdue Sunday on the D-29 Darby Fork mine in Harlan County, that’s owned via way of means of Inmet Mining LLC, of Knoxville, Tennessee, the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet stated.
The fall apart came about approximately an hour later, a few 14,000 ft down into the coal mine, the cabinet’s announcement stated.
The Kentucky Division of Mine Safety despatched investigators early Monday to the mine, which has suspended operations whilst the quest continues, the announcement stated.
“The Kentuckians who cross into mines every day to offer the coal that enables energy this usa face specific risks and deserve our gratitude,” stated Gov. Andy Beshear. “Britainy and I are praying for the miner and his family – all of us desire for his secure recovery.”
Kentucky Energy and Environment Secretary Rebecca Goodman stated they first desire to locate Brown secure, and “will then start the technique of analyzing what came about at this mine and the way it is able to had been prevented.”