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Athens, Texas Fire Chief John McQueary. (Source: Fox KPTV)

A fire last night at an Athens, Texas business storing ammonium nitrate elicits memories of the plant explosion in April 2013 in West, Texas. But this time, thankfully, there was no explosion.

The Athens fertilizer fire occurred before 6 p.m. last night at the East Texas Ag Supply lot, located at the center of the town’s business district, according to a KSAT report.

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