There are a few new developments in the explosions and fire at Didion Corn Mill in Cambria. Another body was pulled from the wreckage bringing the total number killed up to 2, with another worker still missing, and 12 workers injured. The village of more than 700 people have set up a relief fund at the National Exchange Bank in Cambria to help the victims and their families. Residents also held a vigil at First Presbyterian Church in the village. Classes resume today for early childhhod through 12 grade. Students were told not to come in on Thursday, as the school building is less than 1/8th of a mile from the plant. On top of all that, OSHA has started an investigation into the blast, saying the mill paid a $3,500 fine in 2011 because the plant exposed its workers to dust explosion hazards.