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Workers, lower left, peer into a coal mine shaft Tuesday to check the progress of a concrete pumping operation to fill a portion of the void discovered under Pine Street several weeks ago. A large lump of concrete, seen just to the left of a new sewer pipe at lower right, is evidence of a previous attempt to fill the shaft that was discovered during excavation work Monday. - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Workers, lower left, peer into a coal mine shaft Tuesday to check the progress of a concrete pumping operation to fill a portion of the void discovered under Pine Street several weeks ago. A large lump of concrete, seen just to the left of a new sewer pipe at lower right, is evidence of a previous attempt to fill the shaft that was discovered during excavation work Monday.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Workers, lower left, peer into a coal mine shaft Tuesday to check the progress of a concrete pumping operation to fill a portion of the void discovered under Pine Street several weeks ago.

A large lump of concrete, seen just to the left of a new water pipe at lower right, is evidence of a previous attempt to fill the shaft that was discovered during excavation work Monday.

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