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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Blake Fleetwood
Nearly half the 70 employees at a Ford dealership in Clarksville, Ind., have been out sick at some point in the past month. It didn't have to be that way, according to the boss.
Nearly half the 70 employees at a Ford dealership in Clarksville, Ind., have been out sick at some point in the past month. It didn't have to be that way, the boss says.
Blake Fleetwood, president of Cook Travel in New York, said a few customers have called in the past two days to ask about the plane but none have changed their itineraries.
"A month ago we had people who were dying to get on this plane," Fleetwood said. "Now they're showing a bit more trepidation."