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Point(s) at Issue: Fatal accident - negligence - foreseeability of consequential injury - nervous shock - fatal accident in mine following explosion caused by mine owners' breach of duty - plaintiff not present at scene but believing himself responsible for colleague's death - plaintiff suffering reactive depression - whether sufficient proximity in time and space - whether nervous shock to plaintiff reasonably foreseeable consequence of mine owners' breach of duty
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