Polish coking coal miner announced that two of the six employees injured in accident at the Przyjaźń coking plant in Dąbrowa Górnicza have already been discharged from the hospital. The condition of the others is stable, although one of the injured is in a pharmacological coma. Of the six people injured in the explosion, three are employees of the Przyjaźń coking plant, the rest are employees of external companies. At JSW KOKS SA, which owns the coking plant in Dąbrowa, a crisis team has been appointed, chaired by Mariusz Soszyński, Vice President of the Management Board of the company for production and technology. The task of the staff is to coordinate all work related to the event of September 22 this year. A special commission will also be established to determine the causes of the incident. The commission will include JSW KOKS SA specialists and external experts.In addition to the ongoing activities aimed at explaining the causes of the explosion, the plant also continues uninterrupted work on the reconstruction and restoration of the nominal coke production capacity.