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2007 » Six miners in Utah were also killed doing retreat mining.

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"That’s all that’s around here, actually. Deep mine and strip mine," Rash said.

Both men liked to hunt and fish, and Hensley was always working on an old car in his garage, said his son.

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"I always tell people he had a happy-go-lucky attitude," Caleb Hensley told The Associated Press. "He took the good with the bad. He understood that bad things happened, but when they did, he’d keep his chin up, that no matter what, things would be OK."

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