Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 19, 2013
Absolute Rights has released their latest article on the West, Texas fertilizer plant explosion. The piece was written by Eric Pickhartz, and shares initial details on destruction and recovery efforts.
The impact, said Pickhartz, “sent a tremor through the small Texas town of West Wednesday evening, with impact of the blast being felt as many as 80 miles away.”
“Up to 15 people have been reported dead, with injuries sustained by 160,” Pickhartz wrote in the article. “The incident happened at the West Fertilizer Company, and five of the first volunteer firemen to arrive on the scene are missing.”
The mayor of West has asked for America’s prayers, and the article quoted him as saying a lot of people were hurt and the destruction is still being accumulated.
“About half of the town has been evacuated, and the total extent of the damage is still being determined. The exact reason for the incident is unconfirmed, but initial reports say a fire started it, and the obvious combustibility of fertilizer led to the explosion,” the article said.
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