Obama In Texas

April 25, 2013 by  

Obama In Texas, A row of 12 coffins, each draped with a flag, symbolizes the human cost of an explosion that destroyed much of a small Texas town and left the residents of that town searching for answers.

Hundreds of firefighters from across the nation and other first-responders joined grieving families and President Barack Obama and the first lady at the Ferrell Center in Waco, site of a memorial service Thursday for the people killed in a fertilizer plant explosion last week in the nearby town of West.

The president told the crowd that no words adequately describe the courage displayed by those who died.

“What I can do is offer the love and support and prayers of the nation,” Obama said.

Obama told the families and friends of the those killed that they were not forgotten, saying “our hearts have been here in your time of tribulation.”

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