United Auto Workers union confirms the death of third Fiat Chrysler plant worker due to COVID-19
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A Fiat Chrysler employee who worked at the company's Warren Truck assembly plant in Michigan died Wednesday of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, United Auto Workers union President Rory Gamble said in a statement. 

As of Thursday, three FCA employees are known to have died from COVID-19. 

Amid pressure from the UAW to protect the health of members, the Big Three US carmakers — FCA, Ford, and General Motors — announced last week that they would close all North American...

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