Jeffrey Sanders, an EMT, left, Tom Marek, director of West EMS, center, and Coil Conaway, a paramedic, stand in front of a memorial wall and hold the two flags that were tattered on the day of the plant explosion. The second anniversary of the deadly West explosion on Friday that killed 15 people and heavily damaged the northern third of the town will be remembered with a candlelight vigil.
Jeffrey Sanders, an EMT, left, Tom Marek, director of West EMS, center, and Coil Conaway, a paramedic, stand in front of a memorial wall and hold the two flags that were tattered on the day of the plant explosion. The second anniversary of the deadly West explosion on Friday that killed 15 people and heavily damaged the northern third of the town will be remembered with a candlelight vigil. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram
Jeffrey Sanders, an EMT, left, Tom Marek, director of West EMS, center, and Coil Conaway, a paramedic, stand in front of a memorial wall and hold the two flags that were tattered on the day of the plant explosion. The second anniversary of the deadly West explosion on Friday that killed 15 people and heavily damaged the northern third of the town will be remembered with a candlelight vigil. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram

2 years after blast, West survivor says ‘it’s tough every day’

April 16, 2015 02:26 PM