Salt Lake City, UT – Tuesday morning, Crandall Canyon Mine owner Robert Murray became angry, defensive and emotional while talking to reporters about the collapse that has left six Utah miners trapped underground. While the stress public figures feel during crises is immense, decorum remains the watch word. The careers of politicians, athletes and celebrities have often hinged on how they handled themselves following a "meltdown." Thursday, Jennifer Napier-Pearce talks with Judy Keen of USA Today and Chris Thomas of Salt Lake's Intrepid Group about self-control in the public eye.
- Read USA Today's list of 25 biggest public meltdowns
- Read Rebecca Walsh's column A tragedy no place for bluster in the Salt Lake Tribune.
- Intrepid Group
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