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Benxihu Colliery Disaster (1942) – China

List of accidents and disasters by death toll Wikipedia

This is a list of accidents and disasters by death toll. It shows the number of fatalities associated with various explosions, structural fires, flood disasters, coal mine disasters, and other notable accidents.

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Worst Mining Disasters In Human History WorldAtlas

The threat of mine collapses, explosions, floods, and mineral dust damaging one"s lungs are always at the back of the minds of miners all over the world.

CDC Mining Mining Disasters: 1839 to present NIOSH

Historical Summary of Mine Disasters in the United States, Volume I, Coal Mines, 1810-1958 (MSHA) Historical Summary of Mine Disasters in the United States, Volume II, Coal Mines, 1959-1998 (MSHA) Historical Summary of Mine Disasters in the United States, Volume III, Metal and Nonmetal Mines, 1885-1998 (MSHA)

Worst Aussie mining disasters au.starsinsider

Worst Aussie mining disasters Mining has helped define Australia for the past 200 years and it"s a still an incredibly dangerous, yet lucrative, practice.

The world"s worst mining disasters mining-technology

Explosions, strikes and collapses have caused some of the worst mining tragedies in recent years. From Pike River to Marikana, mining-technology lists the deadliest mining events of the decade.

Australia"s worst mine disasters Australasian Mine

With a mining industry as large as Australia"s it should come as no surprise that we have a vast history of accidents, varying in size. The worst mining disaster in the history of Australia occurred in 1902 at Mount Kembla mine and claimed the lives of 96 miners.

China"s Worst Mining Disasters

Twelve Deadliest Mining Disasters: 1. The worst mining disaster ever happened in China on 26 April 1942. In this coal dust explosion at the Honkeiko coal mine near Benxi in Japanese-occupied Manchuria, 1,549 miners died.

List of fatal mine disasters in recent years " Daily Mail

— 2007: At least 90 are killed in post-Soviet Ukraine"s worst mining disaster, after a methane blast rips through tunnels deep below ground in a coal mine near the eastern city of Donetsk.

Brazil"s Mining Disaster Worst in History " The Inertia

Mining Catastrophe Leads to “The Worst Environmental Disaster in Brazil"s History” Environment Mining Catastrophe Leads to “The Worst Environmental Disaster in Brazil"s History”

Worst US Mine Disasters

The term "mine disaster" historically has been applied to mine accidents claiming five or more lives. Mine disasters, in this sense, once were appallingly common.

NAKARAJAN: The world"s worst coal mining disasters

The next morning a huge explosion emanated from the still-smouldering fire at the pit and caused a blast on the surface. Workers inside the mine"s deep tunnels, as well as people on the surface, were killed in the disaster.

Five top mining execs. convicted over Turkey"s worst mine

Five former mining executives at Turkey"s Soma coal mine have been jailed over the country"s deadliest mining disaster, which claimed the lives of 301 people in May 2014 in the town located 480

Worst US Mine Disasters

The term "mine disaster" historically has been applied to mine accidents claiming five or more lives. Mine disasters, in this sense, once were appallingly common.

Father relives Gretley nightmare " Newcastle Herald

REDHEAD resident Ian Murray relives the Hunter"s worst mining disaster every time he reads of another coalmine collapse. Mr Murray"s son Damon, 19, was one of four miners killed at Gretley

December 19, 1907: What Was the Worst US Mine Disaster

Lucky for US miners, none of the worst US fatal mine accidents rank in the top 10 deadliest mine disasters in the world (the worst of all time being in Benxi, China, in 1942 when 1549 miners died in a coal dust explosion). All the worst US mine disasters were in coal mines, with the worst non-coal mine disaster being the 1970 fire in the Sunshine Silver mine in Kellogg, Idaho that killed 91

Hillcrest Mine Disasters of the Century

· The Hillcrest mine disaster is the worst mining disaster in Canadian history and the third worst in history. Having a bad day? I bet we have worse ones for you.

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Top 10 Worst Coal Mine Disasters " Investing News Network

An explosion on Tuesday at a coal mine in the Western Turkish town of Soma has killed at least 274 people, making it the worst mining incident in the country"s history.

New Zealand disasters timeline New Zealand disasters

The disasters timeline and map give an overview of New Zealand"s worst natural disasters, transport accidents, fires, mining accidents and other tragedies that have caused major loss of life.

Brazil"s Mining Disaster Worst in History " The Inertia

Mining Catastrophe Leads to “The Worst Environmental Disaster in Brazil"s History” Environment Mining Catastrophe Leads to “The Worst Environmental Disaster in Brazil"s History”

Kinross Mine Disaster 1986 Mining Accident Database

On 16 September 1986, 177 mineworkers were killed at Kinross Mine in one of South Africa"s worst mine disasters since 1946. An acetylene tank sparked flames that swept through the mining tunnel igniting plastic covering on the wiring.

MSHA Fact Sheet 95-8 Historical Data on Mine Disasters

For instance, the single year of 1907 saw 18 coal mine disasters, plus two more disasters in the metal and nonmetal mining industry. Among the disasters in 1907 was history"s worst--the Monongah coal mine explosion, which claimed 362 lives and impelled Congress to created the Bureau of Mines.

More than a century on, ghosts of one of Britain"s worst

News > Long Reads More than a century on, ghosts of one of Britain"s worst mining disasters still haunt the Welsh valleys. When fire broke out at the Great Western colliery on 11 April 1893