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West Texas Emergecny Resources ---> HERE
Things you need to know ---> KHOU
Source: Twitter - @wfaachannel8
At least two EMS workers have been confirmed dead
Air quality is no longer a danger
Explosions no longer a threat
Anyone living in North Texas (AKA in the Dallas/Fort Worth area) is being advised to close all windows and bring any pets inside. There are very strong northern winds right now, and officials are concerned about the fumes from the plant, which could possibly contain hazardous chemicals. - TheCynicalIdealist
Waco is considered a safe zone
If you are experiencing any of the following;
Get out of the area immediately - Use a cloth soaked in vinegar to breathe through (Thank you MumblesInTheCorner) - This is likely to be Anhydorus Ammonia - It clings to the floor/ground and can cause death in high exposure.
For those wanting to help
The full extent of the devastation will have to wait until the light of day Thursday. But residents of the small Texas town of West already know what to expect.
"There are a lot of people that got hurt," West Mayor Tommy Muska forewarned Wednesday night. "There are a lot of people that will not be here tomorrow."
A massive explosion at a fertilizer plant on the edge of the town killed an estimated five to 15 people, wounded more than 160, leveled dozens of homes and prompted authorities to evacuate half their community of 2,800.
constant updates ---> CNN