No city has been more affected by Midwestern out-migration than Detroit.
Based on the latest census numbers, the city is losing about 2 people every hour.
Changing Gears has been talking with some of those people who are leaving our region.
Alex Ozark grew up in Detroit. He always wanted to work in the auto industry, but he’s not doing it with the Big Three. He’s doing it in California.
Charla Bear brings us this report:
Alex Ozark drives like a maniac in his company’s cars, treating a black SUV like a cross between a tank and a sports car.
“So we’ll do, we’ll do a hot lap.”
He deliberately hits potholes, runs over lane dividers, and takes corners really fast. So fast, I have a death grip on the grab handle.
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