The death toll from Saturday's coal mine blast in northern China has so far reached 104 with four people still trapped underground.
The accident is among the worst in recent years in China's notoriously dangerous mines.
Nearly 530 people were working in the Xinxing mine in Heilongjian Province before dawn on Saturday when a sudden gas explosion trapped workers some 500-meters underground.
Close to 400 miners are said to have escaped or been rescued after the blast.
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