A defective Takata airbag caused the death of another person in the U.S., the 11th fatality linked to airbags that can explode with deadly force, U.S. regulators and Honda Motor Co. said Thursday. The victim, identified in the Riverside, Calif., coroner’s records as Delia Robles, 50, of Corona, Calif., was driving a 2001 Honda Civic in Riverside when the incident occurred on Sept. 20. According to the Los Angeles Times, Ms. Robles collided with a Chevy pickup truck that was attempting to make a left turn, causing the Takata airbag in her Civic to deploy. She was traveling about 25 mph ... Read More
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