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It'll probably wind up for the history books somewhere that at 8 AM on June 10 of -- thirteen.
The end began.
Today is a -- bittersweet day.
But it is a -- that -- street giant step forward.
But on this day one of about a year and a half -- racing the Ford -- from Highland Park and I was kind of wondered if they would have this offense often -- -- -- -- -- got a lot of people thinking about history -- companies and their -- My buddy's -- -- here.
And one day came up -- Hey Mike don't work at a Ford plant or how much they've paid well when I heard the case.
Like no guard drove his Ford roadster down for the occasion he retired from afforded only -- after thirty years enjoyed growing crowd many of -- ex employees.
Carol -- -- her husband working at the plant and was one of the last people.
To work on the last straw.
Three out of -- five children have actually worked here one point.
Sounds sad sad that it's gone.
Ginger Murphy grew up nearby in -- grandkids in from Wisconsin tried to explain the impact.
Of what's not disappear.
I think I -- -- I think that the Ford plant his -- a place said if other businesses -- slow if you had a jab at the -- -- -- you could feed your family.
And then they -- a pretty good employer I think they were decent to their people.
It's a company tried -- to be as accommodating is they can doing a lot of people not just employees but neighbors and their children will never remember this place was even a year.
-- want to watch history.
It may change where people can access the site but for now.
The main entrance is open we invite people to come.
You know take a look we know there's a lot of history here and a lot of emotion.
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