Air Bag Recall Outrage

Are the solutions offered for recalled airbags just creating confusion?
1:46 | 10/24/14

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Now to the defective air bags that could explode in the front of your car. Now, congress asking the questions we've been asking all week. Tonight, the number of drivers affected going higher. Here's David Kerley. Reporter: A call tonight for millions of additional air bags to be recalled in an embarrassing and confusing government effort. Nearly 5 million, then nearly 8 million drivers told to urgently replace air bags. And now millions more could be recalled. I want to recall air bags, regardless of where they are. Reporter: Car companies suggesting disabling passenger seat air bags. The problem, the inflators, which could explode. Linked to four deaths, dozens of injuries, including Corey Burdick. I put my hands up to my face. There was blood everywhere. Reporter: I'm with ABC. The problem tonight, there aren't enough replacement parts. It could take years to replace millions more.

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