Two Ford Motor Co. employees were injured in a chemical explosion April 27 at the auto maker’s Research and Innovation Center in Dearborn. The explosion occurred in a glass laboratory container and was contained quickly, Ford says in a statement. The injured employees were transferred to an area hospital for treatment. Three others were hospitalized for observation. Ford employees in the building were evacuated until it was safe to re-enter, and given the option to go home. The air in ...
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