|Current Penalties ($)||Amount Paid
To Date ($)
|Note: Vacated Citations are not included in any reports on the DRS.|
* Hours worked and accidents & injuries now include office hours or accidents (subunit 99).|
** Current rates are based on data available as of 2009 Quarter 4. For a further explanation, please see this.
|Charles R Lowman||Alabama Electric Coop Inc||Alabama Electric Coop Inc||Washington County, AL||630332|
|Gorgas||Southern Co||Alabama Power Co||Walker County, AL||295914|
|Wansley||Southern Co||Georgia Power Co||Heard County, GA||245939|
|Greene County||Southern Co||Alabama Power Co||Greene County, AL||103937|
|Gibson||Duke Energy||Duke Indiana Inc||Gibson County, IN||92738|
|A B Brown||Vectren Corp||Vectren South||Posey County, IN||75437|
|R D Green||E.ON AG (Germany)||Western Kentucky Energy Corp||Webster County, KY||38681|
|Eagle Valley||AES Corp||Indianapolis Power Light Co||Morgan County, IN||19656|
|D B Wilson||E.ON AG (Germany)||Western Kentucky Energy Corp||Ohio County, KY||16978|
|Kenneth C Coleman||E.ON AG (Germany)||Western Kentucky Energy Corp||Hancock County, KY||16733|
|Kingston||Tennessee Valley Authority||Tennessee Valley Authority||Roane County, TN||16416|
|Frank E Ratts||Hoosier Energy R E C Inc||Hoosier Energy R E C Inc||Pike County, IN||13016|
|Widows Creek||Tennessee Valley Authority||Tennessee Valley Authority||Jackson County, AL||10167|
March 27, 2014
A coal miner from Indiana was killed while working at the Gibson Mine owned by Alliance Resource Partners. This is the third coal mining related fatality of the 2014 calendar year.
The victim was working on an Auxier Welding Inc. belt feeder when the cat frame pivoted upward and pinned the victim between the cat track and the frame of the feeder.
June 14, 2012
A 43-year-old Owensville, Ind. man died on May 24 after suffering a fractured leg nine days earlier while working for the Gibson South underground coal mine.
James Palmer, a contract employee for Frontier-Kemper Constructors, was pouring concrete into an underground shaft when the hose delivering the concrete surged throwing Palmer backwards breaking his leg.
Palmer was treated for his injuries at the Gibson General Hospital in Princeton, Ind. and was released. He was found died at his residence as a result of the accident.
Palmer had been working at the mine for 22 weeks and 39 weeks for Frontier-Kemper. This is the ninth coal mining fatality for 2012.
A list of the mines inspected and citations issued in the November 2010 push by MSHA to reinspect mines with a pattern of violations.
Coal mines included on the list were: