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MM plant in Pulaski ablaze (corrected)

by David Zatz on

The Magneti Marelli automotive lighting warehouse on Mines Road in Pulaski, Tennessee, was reported as being ablaze by the Pulaski Citizen.  Several citizens posted photos of the fire on the newspaper’s Facebook page.


The newspaper reported that they had not heard of any injuries, but the fire is still in the process of being put out.

Magneti Marelli supplies components to many companies; its lighting products are used in some (if not all) FCA US cars. Since this warehouse is in Tennessee, it likely supplies GM or Japanese manufacturers.  Thanks, Mike Spurbeck and Marlon.

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