Stanley argued Wednesday that MSHA's inspectors allowed for the deplorable safety conditions later cited by the agency's investigation of the fire."Clearly, the condition of the mine worsened as a result of the lack of overall inspection and attention to general mine policies," Stanley said. "Nothing was ever done to make this mine safer in those last two years up until this fire."
W.Va. Mine Widows Bring Fight To Supreme Court
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