Red Cross officials say nearly 300 families have visited a relief center since a deadly fertilizer plant explosion decimated a Texas town.
On Wednesday, April 24 it will be one week since the devastating fertilizer plant explosion in the town of West. That date also means it will have been seven days since some residents were allowed anywhere near their homes.
Most explosion rescue and emergency activity in the Town of West has centered on a five-block radius around the plant. But CBS 11 discovered there is significant damage that officials may not have seen yet.
The roof of commercial building collapsed during a fire burned in north east Fort Worth Sunday morning.