The EPA has done extensive research into the health risks of the coal cycle and has determined the following:
“it is evident from the above discussion that, in contrast to the nuclear cycle, the coal cycle injuries constitute major public health impacts for both the general public and workers. While fatality rates from injuries can be clearly assigned a public health importance, non-fatal injuries are somewhat more difficult to assess in quantitative terms.”
While the EPA does recognize that fatalities do exist during the coal cycle, they have no way of proving correlation between the coal cycle and non-fatal injuries. So to answer you question, kind of.
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