Utah Miners' Families Seek More Federal Oversight

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Family members of miners killed in the collapse at the Crandall Canyon mine in Utah tell their stories Wednesday on Capitol Hill, at a hearing before the House Education and Labor Committee.

Six miners were trapped after a cave-in at the mine Aug. 6, and three rescue workers died in a second collapse 10 days later.



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