Crews investigate smoke at GM plant

LORDSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Several fire crews were called to the General Motors Lordstown plant early Wednesday morning.

The call came in about 1:30 a.m. Wednesday after smoke was spotted coming from the plant’s administration building.

According to the Lordstown fire chief, a piece of machinery fell into a ventilation duct causing the smoke.

Several fire departments were called to help including Lordstown, Austintown North Jackson and Weathersfield.

There was no disruption of work at the plant, and workers are expected to report as normal Wednesday morning.


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