Davitt McAteer

Former Chief of the Mine Safety and Health Administration

Guest

Former Chief of the Mine Safety and Health Administration under the Clinton Administration, he also led the United Mine Workers' Health and Safety Programs during the 1970's; Vice President of Wheeling Jesuit University in Wheeling, West Virginia

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Crandall Canyon coal mine officials in Utah say it's now "likely" that six trapped miners may not be found alive.

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Crandall Canyon coal mine officials in Utah say it's now "likely" that six trapped miners may not be found alive.

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In Huntington, Utah, underground rescue operations have been halted at the Crandall Canyon mine after three rescue workers were killed.

Search Suspended after Mine Rescue Turns Deadly

In Huntington, Utah, underground rescue operations have been halted at the Crandall Canyon mine after three rescue workers were killed.

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