National Transportation Safety Board spokesman Terry Williams said the investigation at the scene would take three to five days.
The effort supports the Energy Department’s EV Everywhere Grand Challenge, which aims to bring plug-in electric cars to the same level of affordability and convenience as today’s gasoline-powered vehicles by 2022.
The acquisition creates a global leader in both Power Management and Embedded Processing solutions.
The EPA said VW faces fines of up to $37,500 per vehicle for the violations — a total of more than $18 billion.
Volkswagen's market woes Monday followed a weekend that saw the company's reputation for probity seriously damaged by revelations from the Environmental Protection Agency in the U.S. that it had skirted clean air rules.
The results for 2015, while high, are the lowest in the annual Purchasing and Manufacturing Survey since 2010.
The Democrats' letter said the federal rule presents an opportunity to develop jobs, investments and innovations in new areas such as energy efficiency and renewable energy, which could make up for the economic losses from the coal and other fossil-fuel industries.
Karoun Dairies said in a release that none of its products have so far tested positive for listeria, but the company issued the recall after the CDC and the Food and Drug Administration informed it of a link to the illnesses.
The thousands of cases against the company say DuPont's decades-long dumping of perfluorooctanoic acid, also known as C8, into local drinking water has caused serious disease, including cancer.
VW, which owns Audi, faces billions of dollars in fines, although exact amounts were not determined.
The plan would focus its U.S. operations on more profitable SUVs and pickups — and move a large component of the company's car production to Mexico.
The plans disclosed Friday would affect more than 2 percent of the Milwaukee company's workforce of 130,000.
The vehicles include model years ranging from 2009 to 2012 and about 2,500 vehicles from model years 2012 to 2014.
Executives said that the new products show tremendous promise, which is compounded by the fact that most consumers already assumed that Hostess made bread.
Initial results from the annual Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries reflected a 9 percent increase among those industries compared to final 2013 numbers, led by a 17 percent increase in the mining sector.
There are a record 210 new car launches at the Frankfurt show, which, after an industry preview this week, opens to the general public on Saturday and runs through Sept. 27.
A memo from the Defense Department's top weapons tester — released by the watchdog group Project on Government Oversight — found that the Marines' version of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter could present maintenance and reliability issues.
The company’s goal is to make a cheap, reliable form of public transportation that allows people to travel from Los Angeles to San Francisco in 30 minutes, revolutionizing the concept of the commute. The levitating pods will travel at 750mph through a tube.
Farmers for years gave antibiotics to food animals to promote growth and prevent disease, but critics argue that the practice contributes to the rise in antibiotic-resistance bacteria.
In addition to reducing industry’s reliance on fossil fuels for feedstock chemicals, the process could also make better use of citrus crops.