Ford Motor workers hurt in steel plant accident


NEW YORK, March 21 (Reuters) - Two Ford Motor Co. workers were injured on Monday in an accident involving a steel hauling unit owned by Severstal Steel, the automaker said in a statement. It said the hauling unit became lodged leaving a storage bay on Severstal property, sending molten steel sloshing out of the carrier and causing at least one of the carrier's tires to explode. Two Ford employees were taken to hospitals in the Dearborn, Michigan area for treatment of minor injuries, it ...

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