Scott Tiller, a coal miner of 32 years, eats his lunch while laying down on a man trip, a cart that shuttles miners underground, as he works a shift in a mine less than 40-inches high in Welch, W.Va., on May 11, 2016.
Scott Tiller, a coal miner of 32 years, eats his lunch while laying down on a man trip, a cart that shuttles miners underground, as he works a shift in a mine less than 40-inches high in Welch, W.Va., on May 11, 2016. David Goldman AP
Scott Tiller, a coal miner of 32 years, eats his lunch while laying down on a man trip, a cart that shuttles miners underground, as he works a shift in a mine less than 40-inches high in Welch, W.Va., on May 11, 2016. David Goldman AP

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