Fourteen months after West Fertilizer Co. exploded in Central Texas, a study detailing the severity and types of injuries suffered on April 17, 2013, has been released. State health professionals and officials in the county where the explosion happened, spent months poring over autopsy reports and interviewing survivors of the blast in an attempt to determine the long-term implications of the disaster that killed 14 people. ABC’s Jim Ryan was in West soon after the explosion and discusses the results of the study.
ABC’s Jim Ryan joins us to share details:
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