A year ago today, a massive fire and explosion at the West Fertilizer Plant in the town of West, Texas, killed 15 people, injured more than 200 others and destroyed 120 homes (damaging 200 more).

The plant, located near Waco, experienced a fire earlier in the day that grew larger and culminated in a massive explosion just before 8 p.m. The explosion was felt 50 miles away and registered as an earthquake on seismograph machines.

In today’s age of smartphones, there’s no shortage of video footage from industrial accidents and natural disasters, as anyone with a mobile device can document the event and upload it to the Internet. Such is the case with the West, Texas, explosion. These are a few of the eyewitness videos of the tragedy, as well as news coverage of the accident and the memorial service.