A Detroit power plant that was more than 100 years old was demolished, Friday, December 13, to accommodate a Jeep factory.
Explosives were used to bring down the Conners Creek plant near the Detroit River on the city’s east side. The plant, which belonged to DTE Energy, started in 1915 as a coal-fired operation but was later converted to natural gas. It was retired in 2008. (AP)
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Author: VOA News