Ford Motor Co. is cooperating with U.S. auto safety regulators investigating a report that the driver of a 2007 Ford Mustang was injured in North Carolina last August by metal shrapnel from a Takata airbag that exploded with excessive force. “The air bag deployed with abrupt force and a metal fragment dislodged, causing injury to the driver’s leg, which required medical attention,” the complaint, filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Oct. 30, said. The airbag deployed when the Mustang, traveling about 35 mph “crashed into the rear end of another vehicle.” The Mustang at the center of ... Read More
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