Vizsla Resource Corp (TSXV: VZLA) this morning released further drill results from its ongoing exploration at its Panuco silver-gold project in Mexico. The latest results come from the San Carlos Mine on the property, which is 6 km east of the recently announced assays at the Napoleon vein corridor. Highlights from the first three drill holes include 421 g/t silver equivalent over 6.75 metres at a depth of 286.4 metres, including 1,245 g/t silver equivalent over 1.5 meters.
The drill results released today come from the San Carlos mine, where drilling under existing workings took place. San Carlos has been mined as far as the water table, with the sampling taking place beneath the water table and 55 meters below known workings.
Drill hole AM-20-15 revealed 144.9 g/t of silver equivalent over 0.35 metres, while drill hole AM-20-16 revealed a total of 229.0 g/t silver equivalent over 16.25 metres. The highlights mentioned above are included within the overall results from AM-20-16. Results from the third drill hole are currently pending.
Further drilling remains in progress for the San Carlos portion of the Panuco property.
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