U.S. automakers joined other Michigan businesses on Monday in donating $8 million for new ambulances and police cars to Detroit as state-appointed emergency manager Kevyn Orr took over running the destitute city.General Motors Co, Ford Motor Co, Chrysler Group LLC, which have their headquarters in the Detroit area, joined Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Quicken Loans and other area companies in the effort, Mayor Dave Bing announced."This is an unprecedented collaboration between the business community and the mayor's office," said Bing.The effort to fund the ambulances and police cruisers was led by Roger Penske, chief executive of Penske Automotive Group Inc, who appeared with Bing at a press conference.The donation came as bankruptcy lawyer Orr started the job of Detroit emergency financial manager on Monday. He was recruited by Michigan Republican Governor Rick Snyder to clean up the finances of the city, which according to a state government report is running a $100 million bud...
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