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US auto regulator admits failures in GM deadly ignitions case

Dr. Mark R. Rosekind, Administrator for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, listens during a hearing on June 2, 2015 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DCUS auto safety authorities admitted Friday to having missed key clues that could have led them to take action on faulty GM ignition switches, which are blamed for more than 100 deaths. In a new report into why it took more than a decade, until one year ago, to recall cars with the deadly ignitions, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reiterated that GM itself had hidden some of the information needed to accurately assess the problem.

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