In the aftermath of a devastating explosion that ripped through the Sandman Signature Hotel in downtown Fort Worth on Monday, the city grapples with recovery efforts and a lingering sense of unease. The blast, believed to be caused by a natural gas leak, has left a gaping hole in the building's facade and a community stunned.
Officials have designated the area surrounding the hotel a "hot zone," off-limits to the public due to safety concerns. The scene remains chaotic, with rescue crews sifting through debris in search of potential victims. While no additional casualties have been reported since. . .