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Mirror M@ilbox: I know agony of mine blast.

Byline: Rose Ingham

I WOULD like to offer my condolences to the families of the 36 men who lost their lives - and the 14 who are still missing - in the underground mine gas blast in the eastern Ukraine (The Mirror, August 20).

I suffered the same fate on August 6, 1936, when 36 men lost their lives in a gas blast in Carlton, Barnsley.

I will never forget going to identify my precious husband on the schoolroom floor.

My prayers are with the families.

Rose Ingham Scarborough, N Yorks
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Aug 28, 2001
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