Rescue efforts are continuing to pull out seven miners who trapped in a copper mine since Monday. are continuing to pull out seven miners who trapped in a copper mine since Monday. Five Zambian employees and two Chinese workers were working at the Macrolink mine in Ndola when the incident occurred. The miners’ relatives are anxiously waiting for their rescue and appealing to the government for immediate action. Augustine Kasongo, Copperbelt Province Secretary for Zambia, expressed gratitude for the equipment provided, although it was not sufficient for the task. The Chinese deputy ambassador to Zambia stated that an expert group from China would be arriving to assist in the rescue efforts. One miner managed to escape the shaft. The trapped miners were reportedly working at a depth of approximately 235 meters. Zambia is a major copper-producing country, and Chinese mining companies have made substantial investments in the sector.