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222Improperly Hitched Trailers Can Become Deadly Missiles On Roadways

One woman lost half of her family when an unhitched trailer hit her husband's SUV

An easily preventable accident left a woman devastated after a trailer became unhitched on the freeway.

30Pikes Peak crash survivors speak in first interview, new on-car footage released

By now you've heard about the most horrific crash that happened at this year's Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. We've shown you the footage of driver Jeremy Foley and navigator Yuri Kouznetsov flying off the course while rounding the same corner at Mile 16 called Devil's Playground that claimed another car last year. We've also shown you what remains of the Mitsubishi Evolution 8 tuned by Evolution Dynamics that saved both Jeremy and Yuri's life as they rolled 14 times down the 45-degree roc

46Video: Driver of shocking road debris accident interviewed by NBC's Today Show

Wendy Cobb NBC Today Show interview – Click above to watch video after the jump

42Video: Report compares rental cars to public restrooms

Just how clean are rental cars? – Click above to watch the video after the jump

54Video: Matt Lauer interviews Toyota Pres. Jim Lentz on Today Show

Toyota President and COO Jim Lentz on Today Show – Click above to watch video after the jump

4Neiman Marcus brings Mission One to Today Show, Cupcake runs amuck [w/VIDEO]

2010 Mission One electric motorcycle - Click above for high-res image gallery

26VIDEO: Welburn teases NAIAS-bound production Chevy Beat on Today Show

This morning's Today Show on NBC featured General Motors' design chief Ed Welburn talking with host Matt Lauer live from General Motors' Warren Tech Center. Welburn previewing the Detroit Auto Show's coming attractions, including the new Buick LaCrosse and the Chevrolet Camaro. Most newsworthy, however, was the designer's willingness to pull back the sheet - albeit partially - on what looks to be a production-bound version of 2007's Chevrolet Beat concept. Welburn promised that the car would be

1NBC debuts "mean green streaming machine" on Today show

To help kick off "Green Week," NBC is taking the wraps off its new eco-friendly satellite truck on the Monday edition of the Today show. The New York-based SUV that the studio calls its "mean green streaming machine" will strut its stuff for viewers before being pressed into service to help MSNBC cover the Pennsylvania primary tomorrow.

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