Workers Raise Bucket Excavator Following Accident

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A 950-tonne bucket excavator stands on its treads after workers set... News PhotoBucket,Business,Coal,Earth Mover,Finance,Following,Fuel and Power Generation,Germany,Horizontal,Human Interest,Occupation,Offbeat,TimePhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesDEUTZEN, GERMANY - JANUARY 25: A 950-tonne bucket excavator stands on its treads after workers set it upright over the course of several hours following an accident at an open-pit coal mine as other ecavators stand illuminated behind on January 25, 2013 near Deutzen, Germany. The bucket excavator tipped over last summer after plateaus of earth and sand nearby gave way, pushing a layer of coal underneath. The excavator had been lying severaly tilted to one side ever since at the Vereinigtes Schleenhain mine, which is operated by Mibrag. Open-pit lignite coal mines are still common across eastern Germany and produce coal for local electricity production. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)