Eleven people, responsible for the gas blast in a coal mine in Xixian county of north China's Shanxi Province, have been staked out by the police.
Bu Jianping, the legal representative of the coal mine named Liangjiahe, the coal mine owner, the manager and the chief engineers are being staked out, the local police told Xinhua Sunday.
Thirty-six miners died of the gas blast of Liangjiahe Coal Mine.
There were 49 miners working underground when the gas explosion occurred around 7:40 a.m. Friday, and 13 miners have been saved from the mine located in the outlying mountainous areas.
The last body of the rest miners trapped in the mine were found Saturday evening.
(Xinhua News Agency May 3, 2004)