ENVIRONMENT

Down in the dumps

A HAUL truck at a New South Wales coal mine was dumping material when the dump failed and the rear wheels of the truck sank.

 The mine was in the process of rebuilding the dump when the failure occurred.

The mine was in the process of rebuilding the dump when the failure occurred.

The NSW Resources Regulator said the body was half raised. "Cracking was identified on the dump 14 hours earlier," it stated. "The dump was cut down as per the mine's trigger action response plan."...

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