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Light showers began to move in to the area during the early morning hours this morning, allowing our weathernet sites to record anywhere from .02 to .10 inches of rain. More showers are building in from our west, and will deposit a light rain and mist for the durations of the afternoon. Highs will be slightly warmer today, ...

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Federal authorities to begin examining blast site

WEST, Texas (AP) -- Federal investigators say they will begin inspecting the site of the devastating fertilizer plant explosion in an effort to collect debris and other evidence that may point to a cause of the fatal blast.

Franceska Perot, a spokeswoman for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, says investigators will begin Friday at the perimeter of the blast and work inward toward the destroyed West Fertilizer Co.

The ATF is scouring the site along with the state fire marshal's office.

As investigators move inward in examining debris and damage, residents gradually will be allowed to return Friday to homes along streets that have already been examined.

The bodies of 12 people have been pulled from the wreckage of the plant. Approximately 200 people were injured in the explosion Wednesday night.

 

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