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Automobile Industry / Jeep Recall #333413

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 25, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Erin Moriarty) Call by three consumer groups for recall of Jeep CJs because defects have caused over a thousand deaths examined; television ads for jeep marketed by American Motors and Chrysler Corp. and "60 Minutes" test film showing rollover accident shown. [Institution for Injury Reduction Ben KELLEY - cites injuries and deaths from rollovers.] [Public Citizen president Joan CLAYBROOK - says government would have found defects in 1980 if agency had known of the AMC documents.] [Wife on injured jeep rider Pat BUCKHOLT - says jeeps should be recalled.] [Chrysler president Lee IACOCCA - says there is nothing wrong with the unit.]

Moriarty, Erin;
Rather, Dan

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