Honda Says Two More Deaths in Malaysia Linked to Takata AirbagsBy
Two fatal crashes involved ruptured Takata airbag inflators
Latest fatalities add to growing worldwide toll from devices
Honda Motor Co. said two fatal crashes in Malaysia involved ruptured airbag inflators made by Takata Corp., bringing the global number of deaths linked to the defective devices to 13 as the U.S. ordered the Japanese supplier to widen the scale of its recalls.
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