Detroit's near future based on SUVs, not EVs, production plans show




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  • 2020-03-26 12:43:10Z
  • By Reuters

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When Laneeka Barksdale got so sick from the coronavirus that she had to be hospitalized, she tried to keep family from driving her there so as not to put them in danger. "She didn't even want my other sister to drive her to the hospital," her brother Omari Barksdale recalled. A known figure in Detroit's vibrant ballroom dance and social scene, Laneeka was hospitalized around March 14.

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