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2014 Mine Subsidence Articles

State to provide materials for Duquesne sinkhole repair (posted 4/17/14)
(Daily News) -- Duquesne public works crews are scheduled to fill a sinkhole with state-provided stone before the holiday weekend.

Subsidence causes road closure of Plum's Center Road (posted 4/2/14)
(Plum Advance Leader) -- Work was expected to start this week on a portion of Center Road in Plum that remains closed to traffic because mine subsidence was causing it to collapse, Allegheny County officials said Monday.

Repairs to start on Plum road closed by mine subsidence (posted 4/1/14)
(Valley News Dispatch ) -- Work is expected to begin on Wednesday on repairs to a Plum road that was closed a week ago because mine subsidence caused it to collapse, Allegheny County officials said on Monday.

Mine subsidence leads to closing of Center Road in Plum (posted 3/25/14)
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) -- The Allegheny County Department of Public Works has closed Center Road in Plum because of mine subsidence underneath the road.

Subsidence closes Center Road in Plum (posted 3/25/14)
(The Tribune-Review) -- A portion of Monroeville Trestle Road, known locally as Center Road, in Plum was closed to all traffic Tuesday because mine subsidence was causing it to collapse, Plum and county officials said.

Mine Subsidence Insurance (posted 2/22/14 and 3/1/14)
(The Real Estate Roundtable) -- A Mine Subsidence Inspector was interviewed by a local radio show in Dunmore, PA.

 
 
 
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