W.Va. begins burying victims of mine blast
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W.Va. begins burying victims of mine blast

Grieving relatives began burying victims of the Upper Big Branch coal mine disaster Friday. More than 300 people packed a church for the funeral of Benny Willingham, a 61-year-old miner who was five weeks from retiring when he died. (April 9) (The Associated Press)

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