Mike Terry, Deseret New

Here's a look at historic mining disasters in Utah, as compiled by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

In order to be included on the list, each event included 5 or more fatalities.

>> The grandmother of miner Carlos Payan, Isabel Villa touches the face of her grandson on at the dedication of the Crandall Canyon Mine Memorial in Huntington, Utah. September 14, 2008.

1900
LDS Church Historical Dept.

Date: May 1, 1900

Mine name: Winter Quarters 1 & 4

Location: Scofield, UT

Product: Coal

Type: Explosion

Killed: 200

1902
Utah State Historical Society

Date: August 15, 1902

Mine name: Park-Utah

Location: Park City, UT

Product: Lead/zinc/copper/silver

Type: Powder fumes

Killed: 34

1910
Utah State Historical Society

Date: June 1, 1910

Mine name: Union Quarry

Location: Devils Slide, UT

Product: Limestone

Type: Quarry explosion

Killed: 25

1914
Utah State Historical Society

Date: January 21, 1914

Mine name: Boston

Location: Bingham, UT

Product: Copper

Type: Fire

Killed: 5

1914
Utah State Historical Society

Date: September 17, 1914

Mine name: Centennial-Eureka

Location: Eureka, UT

Product: Gold

Type: Cave-in

Killed: 11

1924
Utah State Historical Society

Date: March 8, 1924

Mine name: No. 2

Location: Castle Gate, UT

Product: Coal

Type: Explosion

Killed: 172

1924
Utah State Historical Society

Date: September 21, 1924

Mine name: Rains

Location: Rains, UT

Product: Coal

Type: Explosion

Killed: 5

1930
Utah State Historical Society

Date: February 6, 1930

Mine name: Standard

Location: Standardville, UT

Product: Coal

Type: Explosion

Killed: 23

1930
Utah State Historical Society

Date: March 8, 1930

Mine name: New Peerless

Location: Lynn, UT

Product: Coal

Type: Explosion

Killed: 5

1945
Ronald Jewkes

Date: March 14, 1945

Mine name: Kennilworth

Location: Kennilworth, UT

Product: Coal

Type: Explosion

Killed: 7

1945
Utah State Historical Society

Date: May 9, 1945

Mine name: No. 1

Location: Sunnyside, UT

Product: Coal

Type: Explosion

Killed: 23

1950
Utah State Historical Society

Date: July 16, 1950

Mine name: Lark, U.S. Smelting

Location: Lark, UT

Product: Lead, zinc

Type: Fire

Killed: 5

1953
Utah State Historical Society

Date: January 5, 1953

Mine name: American Gilsonite Co.

Location: Bonanza, UT

Product: Gilsonite

Type: Dust explosion

Killed: 8

1963
Utah State Historical Society

Date: August 28, 1963

Mine name: Texas Gulf Sulfure Co.

Location: Moab, UT

Product: Potash

Type: Gas explosion

Killed: 18

1963
Utah State Historical Society

Date: December 16, 1963

Mine name: Carbon Fuel No. 2

Location: Helper, UT

Product: Coal

Type: Explosion

Killed: 9

1984
Deseret News archives

Date: December 19, 1984

Mine name: Emory Mining Co. Wilberg Mine

Location: Orangeville, UT

Product: Coal

Type: Fire

Killed: 27

2007
AP Photo/KSL-TV via Deseret News, Fritz Holly

Date: August 6, 2007

Mine name: Crandall Canyon Mine

Location: Emery County, UT

Product: Coal

Type: Fall of face or rib (coal bump/bounce)

Killed: 9*

* Number includes the initial six lives lost on August 6 and the three that were lost during rescue efforts on August 16.