NHTSA: 85 Million Find outkata Airbags Could Be Unsafe


This is way past out of hand. This week, the warned Americans that 85 million potentially defective Takata air bags may still need to be recalled. Yes, thats on top of the 28.8 million already in on recall lists.

The agency is waiting for Takata to prove whether all of its airbags are safe. If Takata fails to do that, the 85 million could be eventually be added to what is already the biggest automotive recall in history. Takata airbags that can explode are linked to at least 11 deaths worldwide, ten of those in the US.

Thursday, according to a Automotive News reporter tweet, NHTSA officials also gave an update on the most recent death linked to a faulty air bag. Last month, a Texas high school student was killed when the air bag ruptured in her 2002 Honda Civic following a rear-end crash.

in recent Takata-linked death, 's Rosekind says 6 recall notices were sent by ; family says they received none

Ryan Beene (@RyanBBeene)

Everybody should have walked away from this, Fort Bend County Sheriffs Deputy Danny Beckwith said in an . Beckwith said shrapnel punctured the airbag and sliced the young womans neck and carotid artery. She died at the scene.

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