International Northair Mines Ltd. (TSXV:INM) announced assay results from the Las Carolinas Zone of its La Cigarra silver project in Mexico.

As quoted in the press release:

Drill results from holes CC-12-120 (section 6+00S) and CC-12-121 (section 3+50S) confirm that earlier holes CC-12-065 (5+00S) and CC-12-067 (section 6+00S) intersected a newly discovered parallel hanging-wall structure located 50 metres to the east of the main La Cigarra system (the “Main System”). Drilling has traced this new structure for at least 400 metres (from section 2+00S to 6+00S), and it remains open. Hole CC-12-120 reported 10 metres of 32.0 g/t silver and 20.4 metres of 37.5 g/t silver, extending both the Main System and the new hanging wall structure for 85 metres down dip from hole CC-12-067.

Northair’s President and CEO, Fred Hewett, said:

These results also confirm the discovery of a previously unknown hanging-wall structure that parallels the Las Carolinas main system. Drilling has shown this new discovery has a minimum strike length of 400 meters and is also open to the south and down dip.

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