DETROIT (WKZO) -- General Motors CEO Mary Barra says 15 employees are now gone from the automaker for their role in GM's botched response to a deadly ignition switch problem. In announcing the findings of the company's internal investigation, she apologized to the families of the 13 people killed in crashes linked to the problem. It took the automaker over a decade to recall 2.6-million vehicles that could shut off while driving, rendering the airbags useless.
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