BEIJING (AFP) - The bodies of 10 miners have been pulled from a flooded mine in China's southwestern province of Sichuan, state media reported Saturday, adding two more remain trapped underground. Rescuers are trying to reach the pair, who have been trapped since the mine shaft in the city of Dazhou flooded on Monday when 30 miners were working underground, Xinhua said. Eighteen miners escaped the flood. It is the latest fatal incident in China's notoriously dangerous mines and follows a report by state media on Friday saying that three workers trapped in a mine in the country's northeast were unlikely to survive.