Powerful storms that cut a path of destruction across the southern U.S. last night appear to have circumvented most of the automotive manufacturing plants in the region. Hyundai’s Montgomery, AL, facility, 20 miles (32 km) from Tuscaloosa, where the worst of last night’s storms hit, is up and running today, says plant spokesman Robert Burns. “We were south of the line where the tornado went, (and) at this point we’ve not had any impact on our production,” Burns tells Ward’s of the ...
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