Rain halts Breakwater’s Myra Falls output
Nov 17, 2009 | 10:16 AM
| Tatyana Shumsky
Canadian zinc miner Breakwater Resources Ltd. has suspended production and evacuated the underground work force at its Myra Falls operation in British Columbia after heavy snow and rainfall threatened the operations.
"All production has been suspended," Ann Wilkinson, vice president of investor relations, told AMM Tuesday. "I have no timeline on a restart. It's not raining there right now, but things are changing hourly."....
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