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The Real 24:00: One Day in the Life (Auto Plant) #882447

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 14, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A four-part special series on some of the important issues facing the country introduced.

(Dearborn. Michigan: Chris Bury) 24 hours inside an truck assembly plant in Dearborn, Michigan, presented; scenes shown from the production lines inside the factory, including the first 2009 Ford-150 to be produced. [Plant manager Ron WEBBER††- says he loves the car business where we produce one truck every minute.] [Ford line supervisor Tracy PRAYER†- comments on losing out to Toyota.] [Chassis line worker Kevin DACE††- blames gas prices.] [Launch manager Don PIJOR†, Ford evaluation auditor Mark PETERS†- comment on the product.] [UAW Local 600 president Jerry SULLIVAN†- comments on the need to work together.] [Assembly worker Marilyn JASSO†- talks about her kids' education and the job.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Next week's segment previewed.

Gibson, Charles;
Bury, Chris

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