Explosions near Waco, TX at Fertilizer Plant
Yup...more BREAKING NEWS.
Not sure if it's an accident but important to note that in just two days, on April 19th, it will be the 20 year anniversary of the Federal siege and fire in Waco, TX.
Published: 17 April 2013 08:28 PM
A large explosion rocked the town of West, Texas, 19 miles north of Waco, on Wednesday evening.
A source said that a large swatch of the small town has been leveled.
According to initial reports, the blast was at the West Fertilizer plant at 1471 Jerry Mashek Drive, about a half-mile east of Interstate 35.
The Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed there were multiple injuries.
At least 10 structures are on fire in the town, including including West Middle School, 406 W. Shook St., and a dispatcher calling for multiple ambulances said “we do have a lot of injured here.”
A dispatcher said the buildings on fire were near the 1300 block of North Reagan Street. Earlier, a dispatcher said people were trapped in a nearby apartment building.