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Current Issue: Vol21, Nos19 & 20 | October 20, 2014

  • Accidents:
    • Bailey mine reports two serious injuries during longwall wrap-up (612)
    • Workers injured by natural gas incident in sand dryer at Illinois company (613)
    • Utility truck accident causes fractured back at Delbarton plant (614)
    • Oak Grove Mine reports third head injury this year (614)
    • Haines & Kibblehouse worker gets concussion from flying rock (615)
    • Mechanic At Enterprise Mine #9A hit on head by ATRS bar (615)
    • Scoop operator sustains head injury at Kingston No1 (615)
    • Electrical shock has delayed effect at Federal No2 (616)
    • Bulldozer Operator safe after entrapment in coal pile at Cumberland Mine (616)
    • Extensive Roof Fall Reported In Active Area of Barrett Mine (617)
    • Civil Penalties: Commission reduces penalties for closed ICG mine (617)
      • Criminal Proceedings:
        • Justice Dept drops three-of four counts where miner lied about being certified (619)
        • Employee of laboratory admits to falsifying water samples from West Virginia mines (619)
        • Fatalities:
          • Bulldozer operator dies in fall over highwall at Manchester Mine in Alabama (620)
          • North Antelope Rochelle Mine has second contractor death this year (620)
          • Surface miner killed by rock fall in Tinsley Branch Highwall-Miner opening (622)
          • Trucker falls to death at Lehigh Evansville Plant (623)
          • Before two deaths, Mississippi Lime kept hazard notes away from MSHA (624)
          • Deep-seated safety problems preceded CO poisoning deaths at Revenue Mine (626)
          • Failure to report earlier outburst blamed in deaths at Brody Mine No1(635)
          • Inspections: Alpha’s Camp Creek Mine Gets five orders on impact visit (642)
            • Pattern of Violations: Twelve mines remain in MSHA sites for POV status (645)
              • Settlements: Unions, Congressman Miller will weigh-in on ALJ approval of settlements (647)
                • Review Commission Orders and ALJ Decisions (657)

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