NEW IMPERIAL (BOATMANS NO.4) MINE DISASTER
CRONADUN, REEFTON, BULLER, SOUTH ISLAND, NEW ZEALAND
WEDNESDAY 18 SEPTEMBER 1985
Dedicated to the 4 men who lost their lives in the New Imperial (Boatman's No.4) Mine Disaster. The Court of Inquiry found that a fire in the mine was caused by spontaneous combustion.
For further information see MINE DISASTERS IN NEW ZEALAND
|NEVILLE||Wayne Ronald Thomas [Wayne Robert]||31|
BANG, KEILY are NEVILLE were buried in the Reefton cemetery on the 20 September 1985. LAIRD was buried at the Waimari Cemetery, Burnside, Christchurch.
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