11 Million Takata Airbags Are Like Deadly Tumors, Official Warns | MotorBiscuit

When thinking of car safety, you probably imagine driving defensively, obeying traffic laws, and ensuring your vehicle is properly maintained. You might not consider that your car could kill you in a minor collision. But vehicles with defective Takata airbags are under recall because they’ve caused severe injuries and even death. 

The Takata airbag recall has been dragging on for years

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Recalls for defective Takata airbags began with 4,000 2001 Honda Accord and Civic models in November 2008, Automotive News reported. The first Takata airbag-related U.S. death occurred in May 2009. That’s when an airbag in a 2001 Honda Accord exploded, sending metal fragments into a teenager’s neck. In fact, Takata airbags have been blamed for 17 other deaths and 250 injuries in the U.S. alone. And those numbers will likely continue to rise.

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