A crowd gathers in the West Coast mining town of Brunner as the bodies of 65 miners are brought to the surface. Some were so badly injured that they could only be identified by their clothing. Terrible industrial accidents like this one helped bring in laws to properly compensate workers or their families for injury and death.
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