HMMA employee announcement regarding tanker spill - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

HMMA employee announcement regarding tanker spill

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama has released a statement to it's employees regarding reporting to work after the tanker spill on Hyundai Boulevard.

Attention all Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama Team Members:

Team Members coming to HMMA for the night shift (6:15 p.m.), please enter Hyundai Boulevard at the Highway 331 interchange.

Montgomery Police will be assisting with traffic control.

Highway 31 is closed until late this evening.

 

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