Sago Mine Disaster
Families Mourn Victims of Sago Mine Disaster

Family members of the miners killed in the Sago Mine disaster share their thoughts on the failure to rescue their loved ones and describe their hopes for a change in mining safety legislation. They also comment on the disparity of mining company profit versus how much money is invested into safety technology for the miners. On January 2, 2006, a methane gas explosion in the Sago coal mine near Tallmansville, West Virginia trapped and killed 12 miners, and leaving one miner in critical condition.

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