The largest automotive recall in history continues, and millions of cars with potentially deadly airbags are still on the road.
A federally appointed independent monitor overseeing the recall in the U.S. just issued a new report, entitled "The State of the Takata Air Bag Recalls." You can find a link to that report here.
But first, a warning about that report if you're at all squeamish.
The monitor, John Buretta, didn't hold back when describing the gruesome injuries of the 13 (now 14) known victims killed in the U.S. when the Takata airbags in their cars exploded, sending shards of metal at high speeds towards them.