While General Motors Corp.’s other assembly plants have gone dark for the traditional 2-week summer shutdown, the lights are back on at the auto maker’s Oklahoma City SUV factory. GM’s Oklahoma City reopened June 30 after being damaged by a tornado May 8. The plant, which makes the Chevrolet TrailBlazer EXT, Envoy XL and XUV, and Isuzu Ascender, reopened June 30 after being substantially damaged by a May 8 tornado. Packing winds exceeding 300 mph (483 km/h), the tornado ...

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