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Brigada central de salvamento minero

The Brigada Central de Salvamento Minero was first created in the Nalón river basin, in 1912. It was created in order to cover the needs of the several mining companies established in the area, by unifying their different private mine rescue brigades into one.

Eventually, other mining companies set up in the Caudal river basin, as well as the whole mining activity in Asturias, would join this initiative.

The brigade aims at rescuing workers and machinery belonging to the associated companies. The rescue station was set up in La Nalona Street, next to Pozo Fondón, where it still stays today. It hosts a group of trained professionals to work in non-breathable environments, as its main purpose.