Gas buildup likely the cause of the explosion at Darr mine, despite mine being ruled non-gaseous

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Gas buildup likely the cause of the explosion at Darr mine, despite mine being ruled non-gaseous - "Non-Gaseousness" "Non-Gaseousness"...
"Non-Gaseousness" "Non-Gaseousness" "Non-Gaseousness" Reports from the Darr mine Indicate was gas and that the accumulation of gas was In unusually large quantity. The awful havoc that was created in the mine when it was set off is responsible, for the exceptionally slow progress that has been made In the work of recover ing the bodies. If it is true, as rumored, operating company considered the mine non-gaseous, non-gaseous, non-gaseous, and that consequently the rules against the use of open lamps were not as strictly enforced as they otherwise otherwise would have been, it Is evident that the state Is In need of a drastic over hauling of its mine-inspection mine-inspection mine-inspection system. exceptionally large accumulation of gas cannot be understood except upon the is slipshop. If the coroner's inquest is more than a burlesque it will seek to throw light upon this point. In this At Jacobs Creek. that the cause of the explosion there that before the disaster occurred the How a mine in which there was an could have been classed as non-gaseous non-gaseous non-gaseous hypothesis that our inspection system

Clipped from The Pittsburgh Press26 Dec 1907, ThuPage 6

The Pittsburgh Press (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)26 Dec 1907, ThuPage 6
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