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Sunshine state stat shock

QUEENSLAND chief inspector of mines Hermann Fasching has raised concerns over the number of serious accidents in the state’s mining sector this year, with 22 people hurt at work so far, compared to 18 in 2021.

 Inspectorate's recreated image of the scene

Inspectorate's recreated image of the scene

As detailed in the Queensland Mineral Mines and Quarries Inspectorate's quarterly report for January to March, the underground mining sector had the biggest jump in high potential incidents and serious...

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