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Topic - Glenn A. Robinson
A massive explosion at a fertilizer plant near Waco on Wednesday injured more than 160 and killed between five and 15 people, leaving the factory a smoldering ruin and leveling buildings for blocks in every direction.
Two children were taken to McLane Children's Hospital in Temple, he said.
Robinson told the paper 30 people were also treated at Providence Hospital in Waco, and several others were sent to the burn unit at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas.