Fred Wadsworth sat at breakfast Monday morning wondering how he'll put food on his table from now on.
He is one of more than 8,000 employees facing layoff after DHL announced it will close its hub in Wilmington, Ohio.
Residents in Wilmington knew DHL was going to cut jobs, but Monday's confirmation has delivered a devastating blow to the community. DHL is the area's largest employer.
"It's pretty bad," Wadsworth said. "We've been kind of figuring something's gonna happen, and as it stands now, we know that it's gonna shut down."
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