Takata started using ammonium nitrate, a cheap but highly volatile chemical, to inflate its airbags in the late 1990s. Just a few years later some of those airbags began shooting metal shrapnel at people—and causing serious injuries and deaths. The airbag defect remained largely hidden for over a decade through confidential settlements. That changed in […]
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