The Kennecott Utah Copper Bingham Canyon Mine is shown during a media tour Thursday, April 25, 2013, following a April 10, landslide, in Bingham Canyon, Utah. The chief of Kennecott Utah Copper guided media to the rim of Bingham Canyon Mine for a view of a massive landslide that stopped operations April 10 when 165 million tons of rock and dirt ran down a wall of the open pit. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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The Kennecott Utah Copper Bingham Canyon Mine is shown during a media tour Thursday, April 25, 2013, following a April 10, landslide, in Bingham Canyon, Utah. The chief of Kennecott Utah Copper guided media to the rim of Bingham Canyon Mine for a view of a massive landslide that stopped operations April 10 when 165 million tons of rock and dirt ran down a wall of the open pit. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
The Kennecott Utah Copper Bingham Canyon Mine is shown during a media tour Thursday, April 25, 2013, following a April 10, landslide, in Bingham Canyon, Utah. The chief of Kennecott Utah Copper guided media to the rim of Bingham Canyon Mine for a view of a massive landslide that stopped operations April 10 when 165 million tons of rock and dirt ran down a wall of the open pit. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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