Crandall Canyon Mine

Coordinates: 39°27′36″N 111°10′04″W / 39.460000°N 111.167639°W / 39.460000; -111.167639 The Crandall Canyon Mine, formerly Genwal Mine, was an underground bituminous coal mine in northwestern Emery County, Utah.

The mine made headline news when six miners were trapped by a collapse in August 2007. Ten days later, three rescue workers were killed by a subsequent collapse. The six miners were later declared dead and their bodies were never recovered.

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Crandall Canyon Mine - Memorials
... Another memorial to the August 2007 collapses can be found in Huntington, Utah ... It is a bronze statue created by Karen Jobe Templeton called "Heroes Among Us." It was unveiled on September 18, 2008 and features deep relief portraits of each of the nine men killed, and rises six feet off the ground, "so that the viewer looks each miner in the eye." ...

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