Ruda Slaska


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Ruda Sląska

(ˈruːdə ˈʃlɑnskə)
n
(Placename) a town in SW Poland: coalmining. Pop: 144 914 (2007 est)
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ON THIS DAY LAST YEAR: A mine blast in Ruda Slaska, Poland, killed at least 13 miners and around 30 more were taken to hospital.
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The blast happened 3450ft underground at the mine in the south-western city of Ruda Slaska.
McLane Polska reports average annual revenues of 300 million euros, and is the owner of three distribution centers: in Blonie (near Warsaw), Ruda Slaska and Gdynia, in addition to 11 warehouses in Poland.
Yesterday's explosion came as the men, aged 21 to 59, were retrieving equipment from the Halemba mine, in Ruda Slaska, where it had been abandoned because of dangerously high gas concentrations.