The Michigan Daily-Sunday, January 25, 1981-f
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - A scaffold found amid debris. All were flows.
collapsed deep inside an underground helicopter to Fresno, about 50 mile: o
shaft at a hydroelectric plant in the the southwest, a deputy coroner said
Sierra Nevada, sending seven miners Names of the dead men were n t
more than 300 feet to their deaths, released immediately.
authorities said yesterday.
The workers were applying concrete An eighth worker inside a cag~d
to the walls of the 970-foot-deep shaft elevator suffered a broken leg, w4s
late Friday night when the circular treated at a Fresno hospital, ard
construction platform fell. It had been released.
suspended by four cables about midway The accident occurred at 10:25 p.ni.,
down the shaft, which is designed to 90 minutes before the men would have
relieve air pressure from an un- completed their work week.
derground tunnel. All the other night shift workers wee
THREE BODIES WERE recovered accounted for, said W.J. Tomei, citil
early yesterday on a ledge 300 feet engineer for the project.
below the platform and the others were
SEVEN 1VE N WERE found dead yesterday after the collapse of a scaffold in a 1,000-foot shaft at an underground
hydroelectic plant east of Fresno, Calif. This photo shows the plant's key component, a 10-story high powerhouse being
built inside a mountain in the Sierra Nevada.
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Reagan will deliver the thanks of the
American people. The White House
meeting is likely to be televised
The House Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee and four of its subcommittees may
begin hearings Feb. 10, but the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee does not
expect to begin its own investigations
for about a month. Senate Republican
Leader Howard Baker of Tennessee has
urged the panel to wait "until the
wounds heal a little."
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