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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 04, 2014
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(Studio 57: Scott Pelley) The investigation into whether Honda failed to report deaths & injuries caused by defective Takata air bags noted.

(Studio 57: Jeff Glor) The ineffectiveness of the TREAD Act, which was passed in response to deaths caused by defective Firestone tires in Ford Explorers, examined; details given about Toyota’s problem with unintended acceleration and GM’s ignition switch recall. [Representative Diana DeGETTE†- states the problem we were trying to avoid seems to be continuing.] [Auto safety analyst Sean KANE††- says the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration {NHTSA} goes from crisis to crisis to crisis.]

Pelley, Scott;
Glor, Jeff

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