Takata Executive: 'Likely' That More Deaths Linked to Faulty Airbags Will Be Disclosed
Takata Vice President of North America Kevin Kennedy tells senators Tuesday that because faulty airbags are still "in the field" the disclosure of more deaths is "likely." Currently 8 deaths have been blamed on faulty Takata airbags in vehicles.
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