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Underground coal has been mined in Pennsylvania for more than 200 years. It extends throughout 43 of our 67 counties.

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Over one million homes in Pennsylvania sit on top of abandoned mines. Most homeowner's policies do not cover damage caused by mine subsidence or mine waterbreakouts.

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Mine Subsidence in the News:

Upper St. Clair baseball field sinks more than 3 feet because of mine subsidence (posted 6/10/15) (TRIBLIVE) -- Part of an Upper St. Clair baseball field in Boyce Mayview Park has sunk more than 3 feet, a result of mine subsidence that will close the field the rest of the summer, the township manager said.

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