The defective airbags by Takata have claimed another victim. This time it is a man from Georgia, who passed away on the 22nd of December, 2015. The news was released by the US Federal officials. Get the Free Tracker App to find a Nintendo Switch in Stock According to the officials, the airbag in the man’s 2006 Ford Ranger pickup ruptured following an accident. The accident occurred along a South Carolina road.The identity of the deceased has not been released. The incident has taken the death toll caused by faulty Takata airbags to a total of nine, according to AutoBlog. It is the ninth known fatality in the United States linked to the defective airbags but the first in a Ford. Previously all eight of the fatalities occurred in Honda vehicles in the US. The development will recall approximately 1 million vehicles from five different manufacturers.The additional recall will involve Ford, Audi, Volkswagen, Mazda and Daimler vehicles. On Friday more news regarding the Takata airbags came to light.According to federal officials, a defect in a different type of Takata airbag inflator has been found. The discovery will necessitate a recall of 4 million more vehicles. Takata has been implicated for… Read full this story
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