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Labor Statistics > Coal Mining Fatalities (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Number of coal mining fatalities from 1993 to 2006.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     West Virginia: 144 
# 2     Kentucky: 141 
# 3     Pennsylvania: 42 
# 4     Virginia: 39 
# 5     Alabama: 35 
# 6     Utah: 17 
# 7     Illinois: 15 
# 8     Wyoming: 11 
# 9     Indiana:
= 10     Tennessee:
= 10     Ohio:
# 12     Colorado:
= 13     Arizona:
= 13     New Mexico:
= 13     Texas:
= 16     North Dakota:
= 16     Maryland:
= 18     Arkansas:
= 18     Oklahoma:
= 18     Washington:
Total: 489  
Weighted average: 24.5  

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"Coal Mining Fatalities by state", Mine Safety and Health Administration, 5/25/2006.. Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/lab_coa_min_fat-labor-coal-mining-fatalities

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