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Full-time employees of Tyson chicken plant will be paid for time off for fire

Full-time employees for Tyson Chicken plant in Dawson will be paid for a full week of work for three weeks.(Source: Terrell Co. Fire Dept.) Full-time employees for Tyson Chicken plant in Dawson will be paid for a full week of work for three weeks.(Source: Terrell Co. Fire Dept.)
TERRELL CO., GA (WALB) -

The Tyson Chicken plant in Dawson recently prompted school closures and evacuations. 

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+Dozens of homes evacuated around Terrell Co. chicken plant
+Dawson Chicken Plant Fire Latest?

Worth Sparkman, Tyson Chicken Spokesman, says they are still assessing the damage and working with investigators to find the cause. 

Full-time employees will be paid for a full week of work for three weeks. 

Team members may be asked to help with clean-up and other projects, but regardless of hours worked, all full-time active employees will be paid for 40 hours. 

They have yet to find out what started the fire. 

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