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General Motors faces allegations from Center for Auto Safety
Troubling allegations against General Motors.
The Center for Auto Safety says there were 303 deaths in recalled GM cars after airbags did not deploy.
GM says the safety group's report misrepresents crash data.
The automaker says an ignition switch defect caused cars to shut off while driving, disabling the airbags.
GM has linked the problem to at least 12 deaths.
The company says the conclusions made by the safety group are "pure speculation."
GM is conducting an investigation into the faulty switch.
Documents indicate General Motors was aware of a problem at least nine years ago.
The recall was not issued until last month.