NHTSA Says ‘likely More Than 13 Deaths’ Linked To GM Switches
U.S. safety regulators said Friday that it is “likely” that more than 13 people died in General Motors cars recalled earlier this year for defective ignition switches. GM recalled 2.6 million older models, including Chevrolet Cobalt and Saturn Ion, to replace faulty switches that can cause engines to shut off while driving, leading to a sudden loss of power steering and brakes and the failure of air bags to deploy in a crash.
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