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Insurance adjusters are already on their way to an area near Waco, Texas affected by an enormous blast at a fertilizer plant Wednesday night that sent a mushroom cloud into the sky.

According to the Insurance Council of Texas, as many as 75 homes, a middle school, a retirement center and an apartment complex were heavily damaged by the force of the explosion at the plant that left as many as 15 people dead and more than 150 injured in West, Texas, a small farming community.

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