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Mt Arthur stops Bulga's rescue win spree

BHP Billiton's Mt Arthur Coal team from New South Wales has claimed top honours in the 2016 Open Cut Mines Rescue Competition, ending former back-to-back champions Glencore Bulga's hopes of a winning streak.

Lou Caruana
BHP Billiton's Mt Arthur open cut rescue team.

BHP Billiton's Mt Arthur open cut rescue team.

The 110 competitors from 11 NSW mine sites faced a series of high-pressure scenarios at the Hunter Valley Mines Rescue station on November 4 2016. From a tricky vertical rescue, to a gruesome impalement...

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