WATCH: 1,400 Indiana Workers Learn Their Jobs Are Going to Mexico

(FOX NEWS)- A new video shows hundreds of Indiana workers being told by a company representative that their jobs will be moved to Mexico. 

WARNING: Video contains graphic language.

Carrier Corp. announced this week that it will close down a plant in Indianapolis in favor of opening a facility in Mexico. 

The move by the heating and cooling company will mean 1,400 of its employees will lose their jobs over the next three years.

The footage (above) of employees learning the news was posted on YouTube yesterday. 

Full story from FOX News. 

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