- The rains have left scores dead
- The collapse was at a coal mine in the Orakzai Agency
- Heavy rains have drenched parts of Pakistan, collapsing homes and killing dozens
Rescuers pulled 26 miners to safety, according to the National Disaster Management Authority.
Dozens of troops helped with the rescue operation, the disaster agency said, but the depth of the mine and a shortage of oxygen are hampering efforts.
The collapse occurred Saturday night at a coal mine in the Orakzai Agency, one of the federally administered tribal areas in the northwestern part of the country, near the border with Afghanistan.
In addition to the workers killed at the mine, at least 37 people have been killed across the country in torrential rains and flooding, officials said.