Live video: Explosion, injuries reported at fertilizer plant near Waco in West, Texas

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Fertilizer Plant Explosion Near Waco, Texas

A massive explosion has rocked a fertilizer plant near Waco, Texas. Rescue crews are on the scene as a number of injuries have been reported, according to local affiliate KWTX. Several buildings are thought to have been destroyed.

There were accounts of people trapped in a nearby nursing home, which had been damaged, and residents stranded in an adjacent apartment building. Initial reports indicated that at least five victims were in critical condition.

The explosion occurred around 7:50pm local time in the town of West, north of Waco. A fireball of nearly 100 feet high has been reported along with a massive power outage.

A large swath of West, Texas was “leveled” in the explosion, according to WFAA-TV Dallas reporter Jason Whitely.


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People trapped in burning buildings, dozens critically injured after explosion at fertiliser plant near Waco, Texas


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