"More than a dozen" workers are departing General Motors as a result of the ignition switch recall investigation.
That's according to a GM source speaking to CNN.
The recall included more than 2.5-million GM vehicles.
And the ignition problem is connected to at least 13 deaths.
The GM source said these are not layoff, the workers are leaving because of wrongdoing.
The source does not know if those people will be named in the GM internal investigation report being announced later this morning by GM CEO Mary Barra.
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