INDIANAPOLIS -- For some of the 1,400 Carrier workers losing their jobs to Monterrey, Mexico, the job was truly a family business.
T.J. Bray has worked at the Indianapolis plant for half of his life. The 31-year-old has three uncles and an aunt who all recently retired from the factory.
Combined, they have 143 years of experience with Carrier.
Watch the fourth mini-episode of Call 6 Investigator Rafael Sanchez's "Moving to Mexico" documentary series in the player above, and view all of Part 1 here
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