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The investigators determined that the victim was clearing inside a collapsed building. The mines were probably laid on the roof, which had fallen in, so may have been in any position in the ground. The mine was identified as a PMN-2 (from found fragments ). The victim\u27s visor shattered and a photograph showed jagged fractures and little evidence of blast impact. [This damage implies a twisting force on a brittle plastic, indicating that the visor was probably raised, so explaining the facial injuries.] The deminer\u27s pick was also damaged

Topics: DDAS, 1997, Afghanistan, excavation, PMN-2, AP, Defense and Security Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies, Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration, Public Policy, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Social Policy
Publisher: JMU Scholarly Commons
Year: 1997
OAI identifier: oai:commons.lib.jmu.edu:cisr-globalcwd-1307

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