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around. Lydia Zimmerman told KWTX-TV that she, her husband and daughter were in their garden in Bynum 13 miles from West when they heard multiple blasts."It sounded like three bombs going off very close to us," she said.Lucy Nashed, a spokesman for Perry's office, said personnel from several agencies were en route to West or already there, including the Texas Commission for Environmental Quality, the state's emergency management department and an incident management team. Also responding is the state's top urban search and rescue team, the state health department and mobile medical units.The U.S. Chemical Safety Board said it was deploying a large investigation team to West. American Red Cross crews from across Texas also headed to the scene. Red Cross spokeswoman Anita Foster said the group was working with emergency management officials in West to find a safe shelter for residents displaced from their homes.Swanton said he had no details on the number of people who work at the plant, which was cited by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality in 2006 for failing to obtain or to qualify for a permit. The agency acted after receiving a complaint in June of that year of a strong ammonia smell.In 2001, an explosion at a chemical and fertilizer plant killed 31 people and injured more than 2,000 in Toulouse, France. The blast occurred in a hangar containing 300 tons of ammonium nitrate, which can be used for both fertilizer and exp losives. The explosion came 10 days after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the U.S., and raised fears at the time it was linked. A 2006 report blamed the blast on negligence.President Obama, in a statement released Thursday, thanked first responders in the "tight-knit" Texas community."I want to thank the first responders who worked tirelessly through the night to contain the situation and treat the wounded," the statement read. "My Administration, through FEMA and other agencies, is in close contact with our state and local partners on the ground to make sure there are no unmet needs as search and rescue and response operations continue. West is a town that many Texans hold near and dear to their hearts, and as residents continue to respond to this tragedy, they will have the support of the American people."Click for more from for more from FOX17.Click for more from KWTX.Fox News' Todd Starnes, Joshua Rhett Miller, The Associated Press and Reuters contributed to this report. Texas explosion measures 2.1 on Richter scale KDFW reporter Natalie Solis: 'Absolute chaos on the ground' Texas woman fears she's homeless after explosion Sheriff: We will search house by house Fir