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Saturday, August 18, 2007

Underground search suspended after 3 die in Utah mine

A sense of doleful finality settled Friday over the quivering mountain here that swallowed six coal miners 11 days ago.

Underground search efforts aimed at finding them were suspended indefinitely after crumbling tunnel walls inside the Crandall Canyon Mine killed two rescue workers and a federal mine inspector Thursday night.

With grim-faced authorities baffled over when, or whether, fresh teams can be sent in, the reality sank in among the hushed residents here that the six men, trapped 1,800 feet beneath the surface, might never be found.


Anonymous Bambi said...

Good for people to know. 11/11/2008 6:08 PM  

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