President Obama declares emergency after Texas plant blast

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Search and rescue efforts in West, Texas have now turned to recovery, days after an explosion at a fertilizer plant.

14 people are now confirmed dead and 60 more are missing.

President Barack Obama has declared a state of emergency, which means federal money is heading west.

The small town is starting to clean up from the explosion that destroyed the plant and 50 homes.

It`s a long road ahead for the tight knit community, but one Governor Rick Perry reminded them, they won`t have to fight alone.

‘The state and certainly our federal counter parts are going to be working together to make this as helpful as we can as we go through the next few weeks.”

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