Location: Hillcrest, Alberta, Canada
Surnames/tags: Mining Disasters Canada Disasters
Contact: Canada Mining Disasters
History and Circumstances
- Date: 19 June 1914
- Location: Hillcrest, Alberta
- Type: Coal Mine Explosion
- Victims: 189
- Cause: ignition of gases
Results and Findings
- List of Miners
- Canada's Worst Mine Disaster, by Frank W. Anderson; published 1969 by Frontier Publishers of Calgary, Alberta.
- Alberta: The Pioneer Years, by Harold Fryer; published 1977 by Stagecoach Publishers, pp. 68-71.
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