• 2007: Six miners, three rescuers killed in collapses at the Crandall Canyon mine in Emery County, Utah, owned by a subsidiary of Murray Energy.
• 2006: 12 killed in a methane explosion at the Sago Mine in West Virginia owned by International Coal Group
• 2006: Five killed in an explosion at the Kentucky Darby No. 1 Mine in Harlan County, Ky.
• 2001: 13 killed in explosions at a Jim Walter Resources Inc. mine in Brookwood, Ala.
• 1992: Eight killed in an explosion at a Southmountain Coal Co. mine in Norton, Va.
• 1989: 10 killed in an explosion at a Pyro Mining Co. mine in Wheatcroft, Ky.
• 1986: Five killed when a coal pile collapses at Consolidation Coal Co.'s mine in Fairview, W.Va.
• 1984: 27 killed by a fire at Emery Mining Corp.'s mine in Orangeville, Utah.
• 1976: 26 killed by explosion at Scotia Mine, Blue Diamond Coal Co., Oven Fork, Ky.
• 1970: 38 killed by explosion at Finley Coal Co., Hyden, Ky.
The nation's single deadliest mining disaster was in 1907, when 362 were killed in an explosion near Monongah, W.Va.
Source: AP archives, federal mining safety statistics.
Coal Mine Blast Leaves 25 Dead, 4 Missing
W. Va. Coal Mine Blast: The Victims
Mines not Paying Fines a Familiar Story
Gov.: "No Excuse" for Mine Safety Flaws
Eerie Statement from Miner Killed in Blast
Mining Company Previously Fined for Safety
Mine Explosion Rescue Efforts