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Recalled Airbags Being Recycled in Crash-Affected Vehicles

Recalled Airbags Being Recycled in Crash-Affected Vehicles May 10, 2017. By Lucy Campbell.
Santa Clara, CA: Recalled airbags may be recycled as replacement airbags in vehicles that have been in accidents, according to a news report on the Kansas City news station, KSHB.com. In an interview with KSHB, Carfax representative Christopher Basso states that it’s not uncommon to find recycled airbags used to replace deployed ones, which may be dangerous. Basso told KSHB that while recycled airbags may be less expensive, recalled airbags could potentially slip through the cracks and possibly be placed into repaired or used cars.
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Is Texas Truck Crash a Telling Commentary on Takata Defective Airbags?

Is Texas Truck Crash a Telling Commentary on Takata Defective Airbags? September 20, 2016. By Gordon Gibb.
Quemado, TX: The airbag injuries file involving airbags manufactured by Takata and currently in use in millions of cars, has taken an interesting turn with the crash last month in Texas of a truck carrying a supply of parts used in the manufacture of Takata airbags.
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GM Recalls 3.6 Million Cars Linked to Airbag Issue

GM Recalls 3.6 Million Cars Linked to Airbag Issue September 13, 2016. By Heidi Turner.
Detroit, MI: Vehicles with Takata airbags aren't the only ones experiencing airbag failures and other issues, even if they are getting the bulk of the attention these days. In the past week, General Motors issued a recall of more than 3.6 million vehicles thanks to a reported airbag defect that might prevent the airbag from deploying.
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The Machinations behind a Defective Airbag Settlement, Takata CEO Shielded

The Machinations behind a Defective Airbag Settlement, Takata CEO Shielded August 13, 2016. By Gordon Gibb.
Jacksonville, FL: When the airbag injuries lawsuit originally brought by airbag injury victim Patricia Mincey suddenly settled last month, all eyes had been focused on the possibility that Takata CEO Shigehisa Takada might have been called to testify in the case.
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