The fertilizer plant explosion in West that killed 15 people a year ago could have been prevented. The U.S. Chemical Safety Board presented its preliminary findings about the blast in front of a packed room of residents and town officials.
Today’s Easter service was an important one for those in West, Texas, who this week marked the one year anniversary of the explosion that rocked the town.
One year after the deadly fertilizer plant explosion in West, the town’s leader likes what he sees. “It’s a smile on my face,” said Mayor Tommy Muska. “That humming is progress.”
One man was hurt Tuesday night in a fiery explosion that happened at a home in Keene, where the victim said that he left a tank of propane near a lit fireplace.
The City of West is planning a remembrance program on the one year anniversary of the fertilizer plant explosion that killed 15 people.
A woman in Arlington was seriously hurt Wednesday morning when her oxygen tank exploded. Officials said that the victim was smoking at the time of the blast.
Two workers escaped a small explosion and fire without injuries around 7 a.m. Saturday morning at Fritz Industries in Mesquite.
A residential home explosion that occurred Sunday night in Van Zandt County has killed at least one person.
Plans have been unveiled for a renovated park with a playground and memorial in a Central Texas town of West, where a fertilizer plant explosion claimed 15 lives.
Nearly nine months after the fertilizer plant explosion, many people in West have not even started to rebuild their homes, and much of the donated funds have yet to be released.
A family in North Richland Hills feels lucky to be alive after a house explosion Saturday afternoon, in which an eight-year-old girl was severely burned.
A Fort Worth woman is thankful to be alive, but still clueless about what caused her home to be blown to bits.