Mary Theresa Ruddy holds a photo of her daughter Kelly Erin Ruddy, who was 21 when she died in a car accident in 2010 involving her 2005 Chevy Cobalt, as General Motors CEO Mary Barra testifies before the full House Energy and Commerce hearing room in a hearing entitled 'The GM Ignition Switch Recall: Why Did It Take So Long?' on Capitol Hill April 1, 2014 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC (Photo by Allison Shelley/Getty Images)
The top U.S. auto safety regulator harshly criticized General Motors for not promptly reporting and recalling cars linked to at least 19 deaths. "GM very clearly made some incredibly poor decisions," said David Friedman, acting administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. "They were more worried about us (NHTSA) getting information about problems than they were about actually fixing problems." [Full Story]
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