Castle Gate Mine disaster

Castle Gate Mine disaster

Two weeks before the Castle Gate Mine disaster of 1924 that killed 171 men, the Utah Fuel Company laid off many of the miners without dependents during a shortage of coal sales. As a result, 114 of the men killed in the disaster were married men and left behind 415 widows and children without fathers.

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