Alabama building materials supplier to face $1.2M fine in federal suit over safety breach

CARLISLE, Ala.

(AP) A company that makes construction materials for car companies in Alabama will be fined up to $1 million after the U.S. Department of Justice accused it of violating safety rules.

The U.N. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights accused ALABAMA Construction Materials of violating a 2010 safety directive for its car parts.

The company said it will pay the fine to help avoid future lawsuits.

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