Pan American Silver Corp. (TSX:PAA) has intersected high grade of zinc at the La Colorada mine in Zacatecas, Mexico.
As quoted in the press release:
Impressive sulphide intersections were encountered in hole S-04-12, which returned a true width of 2.41 metres containing 1,750 g/t silver, 0.63 g/t gold, 3.01% lead and 6.70% zinc. In addition, hole U-20-12 returned 2.62 metres containing 1,096 g/t silver, 1.38 g/t gold, 2.76% lead and 4.17% zinc. In hole U-29-12 silver grades reached highs of up to 3,308 g/t with 37% lead and 2.88% zinc over a true width of 0.43 metres.
Pan American Silver’s Executive Vice-President, Geology and Exploration, Michael Steinmann commented:
For over three years now, La Colorada has returned excellent exploration results.