The Most Costly Problem for GM’s Recall: Young VictimsBy
General Motors slowly started putting its recall crisis behind it a few days ago, arriving at an undisclosed payout with the families of two victims, Amy Rademaker and Natasha Weigel. The girls were both passengers in a 2005 Chevy Cobalt that abruptly shut off, lost power steering, and failed to deploy airbags when it slammed into a telephone pole. The driver, Megan Ungar-Kerns, survived with severe brain damage.
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