The mill processes corn and corn by-products for ethanol plants, Williams explained. Didion’s ethanol plant is across the street from where the explosion happened, and it is not in any danger, he said.
"We are praying for our team," said Didion Milling President Riley Didion. "There's a lot we don't know right now. Our prayers are with everyone."
A reception center has been opened at First Presbyterian Church on 121 W. Florence Street in Cambria.
The Red Cross will provide Disaster Specialist staff on site for people to talk to. They are encouraging people to come out and gather.
A fund has been set up at the National Exchange Bank of Cambria. To donate, you can mail donations to: National Exchange Bank, 118 West Edgewater Street, P.O. Box 338, Cambria, WI 53923.
The Cambria-Friesland School District canceled classes for Thursday, June 1. Classes will be back in session Friday and the graduation ceremony will happen as scheduled.