CLEVELAND (July 26)—Custom Rubber Corp. suffered no damage or injuries when someone allegedly tossed a small explosive device that landed in the plant's doorway June 26. "One man who works here was checked out and released right away from the hospital," President Bill Braun said. "But otherwise we had no injuries or damage to the building." Police are investigating the incident. There had been reports that police officials closed the street on which the plant is located in Cleveland and that a Custom Rubber employee had been hospitalized. However, Braun said that report was inaccurate. Custom Rubber is a manufacturer of highly engineered rubber products for the electronics, appliance, consumer products, construction and plumbing industries.
Custom Rubber plant not damaged by explosive device
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