Many Texas residents stand a housing complex is seen after it was destroyed by a deadly fertilizer plant explosion in the town of West, near Waco, Texas on April 21, 2013. (Michael Ainsworth)WEST,Kamagra Barato Tex. Texas farmer Donald Adair bought the floundering West Fertilizer Co in 2004, his neighbors in the rolling countryside near West were grateful he had saved them from driving extra miles to Waco or Hillsboro to buy fertilizer, feed and tools.After the plant exploded last week, flattening homes, damaging schools, killing 14 people and leaving some 200 others with injuries including burns, lacerations and broken bones, they still described the 83 year old owner as honest and good.”I like him very well, http://www.farmaciapt.com he’s helped me out,” said William Supak, a retired farmer who lives a few hundred yards (metres) of a farmhouse owned by the Adairs. He remembered a time when his neighbor helped save his hay by putting out a fire.As he paused from mowing the grass in front of his house, Supak said the disaster in West did not change his view of Adair, whom he said he sometimes sees using a powered wheel chair to fetch his mail.”I don’t see him very often, but I understand that he’s not in too good a health,” said Supak.Another neighbor of Adair, Kamagra Comprar who asked not to be identified, described him as a “good guy.””It’s a farming community, everybody knows him. Like I said, it happened, and (to blame him) don’t make good sense.
“Five days after the explosion, school reopened on Monday and grieving families planned funerals for the paramedics and firefighters who died trying to fight the blaze.Kamagra Efeitos Investigators said they still have not determined the cause of the explosion, although on Tuesday they ruled out bad weather or a fire in a rail car containing ammonium nitrate. The people who lived closest to the plant have not yet been allowed to return to their homes.Adair has stayed out of the public eye, saying nothing since the statement he issued on Friday in which he vowed to cooperate with the investigation. A spokesman for Adair said he had been at the West Church of Christ, where he is an elder, http://www.farmaciapt.com on Wednesday night when he learned of the fire and drove to the scene to urge people to move to safety.”As a lifelong resident, my heart is broken with grief for the tragic losses to so many families in our community,” Adair said in the statement. “The selfless sacrifice of first responders who died trying to protect all of us is something I will never get over.”Adair lives about five miles (8 km) from West in a neat, white two story house set back from the road down a gravel driveway marked by a green John Deere mailbox. The house is surrounded by farm buildings and equipment, and the property has a basketball hoop.A Reuters reporter went to knock on the door as a silver Lincoln sedan rolled slowly down the drive and pulled up. A silver haired woman with curls, Kamagra Gel matching one neighbor’s description of Adair’s wife, Wanda, said: “Leave this property now,” pausing to add, “Please.”Six of Adair’s seven children also live in the West area. Daughter Diane, a nurse, helped triage injured residents after the blast, said Daniel Keeney, a crisis communications specialist who is speaking on behalf of Adair.
Most of the dozen residents interviewed by Reuters, including farmers, church members and local business owners who know Donald Adair, Kamagra Jelly did not fault him for operating the plant so close to a residential area or for storing large quantities of the hazardous materials ammonium nitrate and anhydrous ammonia.The privately held fertilizer plant has been in operation since 1962, long before the homes and nearby schools were built. They also said that the fertilizer was needed by local farmers.”They provided a huge service to this area,” said Mimi Irwin, owner of the Village Bakery, which sells a type of Czech pastry called kolaches in downtown West and calls itself as the first all Czech bakery in Texas. http://www.farmaciapt.com “People are just sick about it.”Irwin said the Adair family is generous in donating to community events, such as church bazaars and sports tournaments.”They’re always one of the names in the newspaper as one of the givers,” she said. “They’ve been good citizens of this community.”Donald Adair is a lifelong farmer who also spent about 30 years working at General Tire and Rubber Company in Waco, said Donald Cernosek, who worked with Adair until the plant closed in the late 1980s.”He’s kind of quiet,” said Cernosek, now an insurance agent in West who was busy on Monday handling claims for victims of the blast.West Fertilizer Co was in financial distress when Adair bought it nine years ago and farmers worried about losing a local resource for the supplies needed to grow corn, Kamagra Lisboa wheat and milo, several people said. Plant employees mixed fertilizers for farmers based on tests of their soil samples.The fertilizer facility had an appraised market value of $908,400 when he bought it in 2004, according to McLennan County property tax records.