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The Menzengraben mining accident was the explosion of a large pocket of carbon dioxide in a salt mine in Menzengraben, East Germany on 7 July 1953. During a planned, nightly explosives detonation in the mine, an unusually large pocket of pressurized carbon dioxide was suddenly released, resulting in the ejection of large blocks of salt through the mine shaft at very high velocities. The expanding gas as well as the blocks of salt demolished the building above the mine shaft, resulting in blocks of concrete being ejected as well.

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  • Grubenunglücke im Schacht Menzengraben
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  • Die Grubenunglücke im Schacht Menzengraben ereigneten sich am 7. Juli 1953 und 17. April 1958. Bei den Kohlendioxidausbrüchen in dem Westthüringer Kalischacht Menzengraben starben insgesamt neun Menschen, drei 1953, sechs 1958. Beide Vorfälle zählen zu den größten Ausbrüchen von Kohlendioxid seit Beginn des Kalibergbaus in Deutschland.
  • The Menzengraben mining accident was the explosion of a large pocket of carbon dioxide in a salt mine in Menzengraben, East Germany on 7 July 1953. During a planned, nightly explosives detonation in the mine, an unusually large pocket of pressurized carbon dioxide was suddenly released, resulting in the ejection of large blocks of salt through the mine shaft at very high velocities. The expanding gas as well as the blocks of salt demolished the building above the mine shaft, resulting in blocks of concrete being ejected as well.
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  • Die Grubenunglücke im Schacht Menzengraben ereigneten sich am 7. Juli 1953 und 17. April 1958. Bei den Kohlendioxidausbrüchen in dem Westthüringer Kalischacht Menzengraben starben insgesamt neun Menschen, drei 1953, sechs 1958. Beide Vorfälle zählen zu den größten Ausbrüchen von Kohlendioxid seit Beginn des Kalibergbaus in Deutschland.
  • The Menzengraben mining accident was the explosion of a large pocket of carbon dioxide in a salt mine in Menzengraben, East Germany on 7 July 1953. During a planned, nightly explosives detonation in the mine, an unusually large pocket of pressurized carbon dioxide was suddenly released, resulting in the ejection of large blocks of salt through the mine shaft at very high velocities. The expanding gas as well as the blocks of salt demolished the building above the mine shaft, resulting in blocks of concrete being ejected as well. Three died as a consequence, one from being hit by debris, two from asphyxiation.
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