Dt*: the contact stated while driving on a paved road there was loose gravel causing the driver to lose control of the vehicle. the vehicle rolled twice down a hill and the frontal airbags did not deploy. a police report was filed at the scene and three passengers sustained injuries. the vehicle was towed to a tow yard. the dealership was contacted. the contact had not received a copy of police report. *ak
Updated information consumer was involved in crash on november 28, 2016 while in his 2004 nissan titan the collision caused both airbags to deploy. updated 02/23/17. *lj ..updated 06/06/17 *bf updated 12/04/17*bf updated 12/11/2017*js *cn
Tl*the contact owns a 2004 nissan titan. while driving 55 mph, the driver could not stop the vehicle after applying the brakes. the vehicle went over an embankment. as a result, the driver sustained fatal injuries. the contact was unsure if the airbags deployed. the vehicle is presently being held by the hwy patrol. the vehicle had been taken for brake repairs 7 times and was released to the contact saying that the brakes were fine. prior to the crash the brakes had failed in october and the contact had the vehicle serviced and ...
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