DaimlerChrysler AG's Bramalea Assembly Plant in Brampton, Ont., will resume production on schedule July 31 following an explosion and fire in the first week of its summer shutdown. There were 460 workers in the plant at the time of the explosion in the paint shop, caused by a wayward spark. The six who were injured during the July 9 blast were treated and released. Production workers had built out their last '00 LH sedan a few days earlier but there were employees and contractors ...

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