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Mar 13, 2021

Inquiry continues to probe Grosvenor blast

Inquiry continues to probe Grosvenor blast

Forensic fire investigator Murray Nystrom has told a mine safety inquiry that the temperature of the flame front in the Grosvenor longwall blast would have been between 200 degrees and several hundred degrees Celsius. The flame front, described as momentary, was believed to have entered the longwall at about chock 111, he said. Mr Nystrom…

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