After being severely damaged by a tornado 15 days ago, General Motors Corp.’s Oklahoma City assembly plant will reopen temporarily May 27 to finish building 508 vehicles not damaged by the May 8 twister. The nearly completed vehicles have been sitting in the general assembly area since workers took cover from the storm during the plant’s afternoon shift. The factory will close four days later and reopen permanently June 30, a GM spokesman tells Ward’s. Considering the extent of the ...
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