February 14, 2009 | Barb Carr

Closing a Mine: Unintended Consequences

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“3 More Mine Shaft Holes Open in Galena,” reported KAKE News in Kansas. “Lead and zinc mines operated in and around Galena for decades, and the abandoned mines have caused a continuing problem of sinkholes in the town.”

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