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As part of the largest recall in U.

S. automotive history, defective Takata air bags have been connected to 15 deaths and 278 injuries in the U.S. and its territories. 

The numbers were confirmed in a news release from the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation on Friday, May 11. U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Florida, pushed out a news release that highlighted Florida's standing as the state with the most injuries and tied for the most number of deaths connected to the Takata recall.

As of March 30 of this year, only 58 percent of recalled Takata inflators had been repaired and about 16.4 million affected vehicles remained unrepaired. In Florida, one of the more at risk states thanks to its climate, 45 percent of vehicles had been fixed as of mid-April and 1.3 million affected vehicles remain unrepaired...



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Did YOU Know? Over 16 MILLION Unrepaired Vehicles Are On The Road With DANGEROUS Takata Airbags?

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