by Victor Lopez
ODESSA - If you drive by now, you'll see quite a different scene in comparison to Wednesday night, and it's only in the daylight that you can see how close the flames actually came to, not only Family Dollar, but also, a train yard.
It wasnt only the wind that concerned them directly in the fire's path, some late night businesses, and a train yard, owned by Union Pacific.
Something that according to Assistant Fire Chief Tanner Drake posed a potential problem.
"We're actually working with Union Pacific. They're trying to get all their cars out of that facility, because a lot of them do have product in them. That's our priority right now, to get it knocked out before it gets to that point," Drake said.