Source: April 2, 2014 | MSNBC
Natasha Weigel was killed after her Chevy Cobalt lost power steering and braking, the airbags could not deploy and the Cobalt slammed into a telephone pole and two trees. Her father, Doug Weigel, and attorney Robert C. Hilliard, discuss the Senate General Motors hearing and testimony from GM CEO Mary Barra.
Doug Weigel: "There needs to be responsibility" for GM deaths.
Mr. Hilliard asked GM CEO Mary Barra to take cars that are part of the recall off the road, "I sent her an email two weeks ago saying you have 2 million vehicles on the road now with this defect...you need to take them off the road."
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