Twenty-one coal miners have died after a mine collapsed in northern China, state media reported on Sunday.
The disaster happened on Saturday in Shenmu, Shaanxi province, in the heart of the country's coal-mining belt.
Sixty-six other miners were rescued, the city government said in a statement.
Rescuers were looking for two miners who are still missing.
The number of fatalities reported in cave-ins, explosions and other disasters in Chinese coal mines has fallen sharply over the past decade but the industry still is the world's deadliest.