Deadly Fertilizer Plant Explosion: Search Continues for Missing

Texas authorities say they still don't know the cause nor how many people are missing.
1:15 | 04/19/13

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-- is grim news from the overnight search and rescue operation of the still smoldering remains near the fertilizer plant in west Texas. With a heavy heart back to confirm what individuals have been recovered from fertilizer. 150 buildings in the small town of 2800 -- searched and there are still more to comb through. Many properties in the neighborhood were flattened after Wednesday's blast nearby buildings have crumbled including fifty homes and apartment building a school and a nursing home. Local authorities still don't know how many people are missing. While there are no indications that the blast was anything other than an industrial accident. Authorities also have an official pointed to a clause we're still treat this as the crime -- Okay. More than a thousand people packed into a church last night to pray for those who were killed injured or were left homeless by the deadly explosion. West is a close knit community for almost everyone knows someone affected by the tragedy horror -- workers and -- renew renew their renewed her arm and thus no intense concerns there. Rescue crews will spend -- day searching the last 25 homes so far the bodies recovered from the scene have been found closest to the plans. Brady hit ABC news -- west Texas.

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