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April 6, 2010 9:17 PM

Mines still haven't adopted safety measures from earlier disasters

Kentucky coal operators are re-evaluating their operations after an explosion killed 25 miners and trapped others Monday in West Virginia. Four years after coal mining disasters in West Virginia and Kentucky sparked a range of federal safety mandates, most Eastern Kentucky mines have not implemented all the required safety measures.

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