FERTILIZER PLANT EXPLOSION : News Photo

FERTILIZER PLANT EXPLOSION

West, Texas volunteer firefighters clean a fire unit at their headquarters on Friday April 19, 2013. The death toll in the Tuesday evening fertilizer plant explosion now stands at 12. (Ron T. Ennis/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT via Getty Images)
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West, Texas volunteer firefighters clean a fire unit at their headquarters on Friday April 19, 2013. The death toll in the Tuesday evening fertilizer plant explosion now stands at 12. (Ron T. Ennis/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT via Getty Images)
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April 18, 2013
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167002214
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Fort Worth Star-Telegram / Contributor
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McClatchy-Tribune
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West Texas volunteer firefighters clean a fire unit at their... News Photo 167002214Clean,Emergencies and Disasters,Firefighter,Gulf Coast States,Headquarters,Horizontal,Rescue Worker,Texas,USA,Unit,VolunteerPhotographer Collection: McClatchy-Tribune 2013 MCTWest, Texas volunteer firefighters clean a fire unit at their headquarters on Friday April 19, 2013. The death toll in the Tuesday evening fertilizer plant explosion now stands at 12. (Ron T. Ennis/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT via Getty Images)