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Northshore Mining violated mine safety act, court finds

Northshore Mining ‘flagrantly’ violated the federal Mine Safety and Health Act by telling miners to work on an elevated walkway in 2016, a court found.

A court ruled against Northshore Mining for 'flagrant' violation of safety standard.

A court ruled against Northshore Mining for 'flagrant' violation of safety standard.

The elevated walkway, positioned 50 feet aboveground, then collapsed. The company had been aware that the walkway was unsafe for more than a year, the court found. An independent engineering report...

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