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Dozer extinguisher becomes projectile

A FIRE extinguisher on a dozer was hurled metres from the machine after being ruptured at a New South Wales open cut coal mine.

A loud noise was heard and the machine was engulfed in a plume of white powder.

A loud noise was heard and the machine was engulfed in a plume of white powder.

Fortunately, no-one was injured in the incident. As the dozer was operating a loud noise was heard and the machine was engulfed in a plume of white powder. The operator stopped and inspected the...

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