A rare moment of peace in a turbulent world: Aluminum ore, aluminum ore eresbus interactions

By RUSS STEWARTWASHINGTON (Reuters) – Two people have died and another is in critical condition in an explosion in a rare and violent collision of two rare metals in China, state media said on Sunday, a case that underscores the risks posed by mining activity.

A local official in Guangdong province’s Hebei province said the two were miners, who had been working on a road in the city of Wuhan.

A blast rocked the tunnel in the middle of the night on Saturday and left a man and a woman dead, according to the official Xinhua news agency, which cited local officials.

An investigation by police is under way and the cause of the explosion was not immediately known, Xinhua said.