Anthrax scares hit American auto plants DETROIT — Anthrax scares hit North American auto plants in October. A prank is cited for reports of an envelope containing white powder found in a vehicle at General Motors Corp.’s Flint, Michigan, truck factory Oct. 15. A GM assembly worker at the Wentzville, Missouri, plant was arrested for a hoax. Other plants targeted for pranks include GM’s Moraine, Ohio plant and Ford Motor Co.’s plant at Edison, New Jersey. o GM Korea chief tapped DETROIT ...

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