Toyota Recalls SUVs After Seat Belt Separated in Fatal CrashMasatsugu Horie and Jeff Plungis
Company unable to determine if defect caused Canada fatality
Fixing rear seat frames that could cut or separate seat belts
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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