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    West, Texas EMT Arrested

    WEST, TX - APRIL 18: The remains of an apartment complex next to the fertilizer plant that exploded yesterday afternoon on April 18, 2013 in West, Texas. According to West Mayor Tommy Muska, around 14 people, including 10 first responders, were killed and more than 150 people were injured when the fertilizer company caught fire and exploded, leaving damaged buildings for blocks in every direction. (Photo by Erich Schlegel/Getty Images)

    Housing destroyed by West blast on April 18. (Erich Schlegel/Getty)

    It's a (possible) twist worthy of Shyamalan. An EMT who responded at the site of the fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas last month was arrested on Friday -- on charges of possession of bomb parts. The arrest occurred just hours before authorities announced they had begun a criminal investigation into the explosion, although they declined to say whether the two events are related. The paramedic, Bryce Reed, is in federal custody for allegedly possessing parts of a pipe bomb, according to the U.S. attorney's office. Reed claims he helped evacuate people after the April 17 explosion.

    Read it at The New York Times