DALLAS, Jan 30 (Reuters) - The city of Dallas said on Thursday it reached an agreement with Ford Motor Co. where the automaker will supply the city with safety data on its Crown Victoria police car, which has been involved in deadly fuel-tank fire accidents. A spokeswoman for Ford disputed the city's claim that an agreement has been reached, saying Dallas has always had access to sworn depositions on safety tests. Dallas sued Ford in December seeking sworn testimony from Ford engineers ...
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