CROSS CUTS TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE

Last year the south face of the Afton open pit mine, near Kamloops, B.C., experienced what is known to mine engineers as a "severe toppling failure." In other words some 7.3 million tons of rock broke loose from the upper...

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