Investigators sift through the debris of West fertilizer plant on May 2, 2013. The state Legislature is considering three bills to regulate the storage and inspection of ammonium nitrate, and a fourth bill to establish a statewide notification system alerting the public about any hazardous chemical leak at a manufacturing facility.
Investigators sift through the debris of West fertilizer plant on May 2, 2013. The state Legislature is considering three bills to regulate the storage and inspection of ammonium nitrate, and a fourth bill to establish a statewide notification system alerting the public about any hazardous chemical leak at a manufacturing facility. The Associated Press Star-Telegram archives
Investigators sift through the debris of West fertilizer plant on May 2, 2013. The state Legislature is considering three bills to regulate the storage and inspection of ammonium nitrate, and a fourth bill to establish a statewide notification system alerting the public about any hazardous chemical leak at a manufacturing facility. The Associated Press Star-Telegram archives

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