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If you receive a recall notice, please make repairs a priority.

This latest fatality brings the human toll of Takata's faulty airbag inflators to at least 100 injuries and 11 deaths.

But further investigation is still possible.

The National Transportation Safety Board's hazardous material team said in a statement "Initial indicators are that the materials were packaged properly."

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ARC Automotive's airbags are blamed for two injuries and one death.

Hopefully we aren't looking at the start of the Takata saga's sequel.

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Corey Burdick lost an eye after an airbag in his Honda exploded during a low speed collision.

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NHTSA warns of 'grave danger,' urges immediate fix.

New test data from the NHTSA reveals 2001-2003 Honda and Acura cars with Takata airbags inflators have a higher risk of ruptures during airbag deployment.

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Takata airbag woes go from four wheels to two.

Own a Honda Goldwing equipped with an airbag? We have bad news: Takata strikes again.

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If Takata can't prove the safety of its un-recalled airbag inflators with ammonium nitrate, the US government thinks 85 million more need replacement.

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Problem with Occupant Classification System can keep airbags from deploying.

Toyota recalls 41,630 Camrys and 16,880 Avalons after finding that the system that tells the passenger airbag to arm or disarm wasn't calibrated properly.

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Shares of the supplier's stock plunge; company's future in doubt.

The largest consumer product recall in history may carry a high price tag. In a worst-case scenario, Takata could spend $24 billion fixing tens of millions of defective airbags, according to Bloomberg.

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And no, it's not a Takata issue.

GM is recalling the 2016 Chevy Colorado, Malibu, and GMC Canyon for the possibility of a missing component in the airbag inflator.

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Takata scandal is a "heaven-sent opportunity" for Joyson, a Chinese company, to enter airbag market. It bought a US airbag maker in February.

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The Independent Testing Coalition, which includes investigators from 10 automakers, has found three specific flaws with Takata's rupturing airbag inflators.

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All airbags made with ammonium nitrate may need to be replaced.

The biggest consumer-product recall in United States history may soon grow significantly larger in scope.

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Volvo's V40 looks to be just the first of many to deploy airbags on the outside of the vehicle in order to protect occupants and pedestrians alike.

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Honda will recall the 2008-2010 Accord sedan because moisture can corrode the supplemental restraint system electronic control unit. This could cause the airbags not to deploy in an accident.

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Takata CEO Shigehisa Takada will remain in charge of the auto supplier, which counters earlier rumors of his possible resignation.

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Federal Officials Confirm Defective Airbag In 2006 Ford Ranger Caused Fatality

A defective airbag manufactured by Takata has claimed another victim. ​Federal officials said Friday a Georgia man was killed on December 22 when the airbag in his 2006 Ford Ranger pickup ruptured following an accident along a South Carolina road.

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It's Unclear Why The 13-Year-Old Took His Relative's Honda Accord In The Wee Hours Of The Morning

A teen boy who wasn't wearing a seat belt and who didn't have a driver's license became the eighth Takata airbag victim in July, federal officials say.

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Pennsylvania Driver Was Likely Killed By Faulty Airbag, NHTSA Says

Another motorist has died as a result of injuries caused by a shrapnel-spewing Takata airbag, according to federal officials.

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Mitsubishi is recalling 25,185 units of the Mirage due to snow and salt corroding a connector that could delay deployment of the front airbags.

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Airbag Supplier Only On Hook For 35 Percent of 'Record,' Payments Spread Over 5 Years

The record-breaking fine federal authorities handed down to airbag manufacturer Takata last week might be chump change.

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