White Rock Minerals (WRM.AX): Spectacular High-Grade 35% Zinc Intersection in step-out drill hole at the Red Mountain VMS Project, Alaska
Spectacular high-grade massive sulphide intersected at the Dry Creek deposit at the Red Mountain VMS project in Alaska.
Drill hole DC21-97 intersected 1.4 metres of massive sulphide grading 35% zinc, 12.2% lead, 237g/t silver, 2.9g/t gold & 0.3% copper, for 55.3% Zinc Equivalent grade (ZnEq), within a 5.8 metre zone of mineralisation grading 11.5% zinc, 3.4% lead, 69g/t silver, 0.8g/t gold & 0.1% copper.
DC21-97 is over 200 metres down-dip from the nearest drill hole intersection, which contained 4.3m @ 4.8% zinc, 2.3% lead, 1,435g/t silver, 2.2g/t gold and 0.5% copper for 43.2% ZnEq, as previously announced. This recent drill hole now doubles the known depth of the resource in this area of the deposit.
Three further drill holes have been completed at Dry Creek on nominal 200 metre spaced stepouts along strike from DC21-97 with assay results awaited.
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