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Tesla Airbags Didn't Inflate: Family's Model 3 Crashed

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Tesla Airbags Didn't Inflate: Family's Model 3 Crashed

Tesla Airbags Didn't Inflate: Family's Model 3 Crashed

A Tesla Model 3's airbags didn't inflate in a devastating highway accident earlier this year, the victims' attorney said.

The family's lawyer said he sent a routine "preservation letter" to the company but hasn't heard back in the month since.

"Tesla has the ability to monitor their vehicles out on the roadway.

Who owns that data?

Is it our client?

Is it Tesla?" the attorney said.

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