Mine rescue teams on the scene
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Mine rescue teams on the scene

An explosion at a West Virginia coal mine with a history of safety problems killed 25 workers and at least four others were missing early Tuesday more than a thousand feet underground in the worst U.S. mine disaster since 1984. (April 5) (The Associated Press)

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