General Motors temporarily shut down its Flint Assembly Plant Tuesday after a worker committed suicide inside the facility.
Authorities are still investigating the incident and have declined to provide any further details, according to Mlive.
“Tragically, an employee at GM’s Assembly plant in Flint, Michigan took his life this afternoon. No one else in the plant was injured. We’re working with local authorities as the incident is investigated. Our condolences and deepest sympathies go to the employee’s family and colleagues,” a statement released to media by GM said.
GM spokesman Tom Wickham said production at the plant resumed on the second shift at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday night. Employees have the option of meeting with a grief counselor if need be.