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(WLNS) - Work at the General Motors plant in North-Central Indiana will continue this morning after a deadly chemical explosion Tuesday.
One person was killed and 5 others were hurt in the explosion.
They've all been releases from the hospital.
A spokesman for General Motors says the company doesn't know what caused the explosion although
Marion Assistant Fire Chief Greg Yeakle told reporters that chlorine dioxide was involved in the explosion.
An investigation continues today.
The plant provides blanks, stampings and sheet metal for GM assembly plants across the US.
2820 East Saginaw Street, Lansing, MI 48912