Toyota Recalls SUVs After Seat Belt Separated in Fatal Crash

  • Company unable to determine if defect caused Canada fatality
  • Fixing rear seat frames that could cut or separate seat belts

An employee cleans a Toyota RAV4 vehicle at a showroom in Moscow. RAV4 owners will be notified by mail of the recall.

Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg

Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling about 2.87 million sport utility vehicles worldwide after rear seat belts separated in one fatal accident in Canada and during a crash that injured a passenger in the U.S.

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