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Toyota Motor Corp. said workers who were involved in a video mocking George Floyd, who was killed by Minneapolis police and has become a symbol for the Black Lives Matter movement, are no longer employed by the company.

The automaker would not provide details, but said in a statement that it takes allegations of workplace racism seriously and that the individuals no longer work at its factory in Princeton, Indiana.

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