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Pike River: Footage of the third and fourth explosions

smoke billowing from the vent shaft vertical column after the pike river mine fourth explosion on Sunday 28 November
Smoke billowing from the vent shaft vertical column after the pike river mine fourth explosion on Sunday 28 November

Video and still footage of the third and fourth explosions at Pike River Coal Mine available

Attached is a link to a series of still images from the third and fourth explosions at the Pike River Coal Mine on Friday 26 November 2010 and Sunday 28 November 2010.

There are four still images, following the third explosion on Friday 26 November 2010.

There are a further four still images from the fourth explosion on Sunday 28 November 2010, which shows smoke billowing from the vent shaft.

There are a further two videos which were taken at the time of the fourth explosion aswell.

These can be viewed and downloaded on the link below:

http://www.police.govt.nz/operation_pike/videos_photos

ENDS

Two videos of the fourth blast, Sunday 28 November

Video footage of the pike river mine catching fire out of the ventilation shaft.

Video footage of the 4th pike river mine explosion blowing the top of the ventilation shaft.

These four images show the vent area after the explosion on Friday 26 November, and show the vent intact.

the vent area after the explosion on Friday 26 November at the Pike River mine, and show the vent intact

the vent area after the explosion on Friday 26 November at the Pike River mine, and show the vent intact

the vent area after the explosion on Friday 26 November at the Pike River mine, and show the vent intact

the vent area after the explosion on Friday 26 November at the Pike River mine, and show the vent intact

These four images show smoke billowing from the vent shaft vertical column after the fourth explosion on Sunday 28 November.

smoke billowing from the vent shaft vertical column after the pike river mine fourth explosion on Sunday 28 November

smoke billowing from the vent shaft vertical column after the pike river mine fourth explosion on Sunday 28 November

smoke billowing from the vent shaft vertical column after the pike river mine fourth explosion on Sunday 28 November

smoke billowing from the vent shaft vertical column after the pike river mine fourth explosion on Sunday 28 November

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