If the unthinkable happens, will Kinross claim responsibility? | Community Perspectives

If the unthinkable occurs, will Kinross declare accountability? | Neighborhood Views

Everyone knows about Kinross Gold’s ill-conceived five-year plan to permit big 95-foot-long 80-ton ore trains to journey Alaska roads between Tok and Fairbanks 24 hours a day, one year a yr. What we don’t know is when the primary harmless Alaskan(s) might be maimed, crippled or killed by this plan.

Whether or not brought on by native drivers or Kinross’s chosen subcontractor, Black Gold, minor and main accidents are inevitable.

Dirk Tordoff is a lifelong Alaskan and is a retired researcher and archivist. He resides in Fairbanks.

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