Bells, tears mark year since mine blast killed 29
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- Family members wept and church bells pealed across West Virginia for 29 fallen coal miners on the first anniversary of the powerful explosion that tore apart the Upper Big Branch Mine.
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