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Victims, Mining Industry Await Utah Cave-In Report

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Victims, Mining Industry Await Utah Cave-In Report

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Victims, Mining Industry Await Utah Cave-In Report

Victims, Mining Industry Await Utah Cave-In Report

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Federal regulators are putting the final touches on a comprehensive report about last year's deadly coal mine collapse in Utah. Six miners and three rescuers were killed.

As Congress considers tough new safety standards for the mining industry, survivors of the Crandall Canyon mine cave-in and victims' families are suing the coal company and the mine's operator.