DETROIT -- As the roof crush debate rises to the top in Washington, rescue workers want the auto industry to know that disassembly can be as important to occupant safety as assembly. Locations of components such as airbag inflation canisters must be disclosed because they can threaten the safety of rescue workers and of crash victims trapped in their vehicles, warns Mark Uttley, former vice chairman of the International Association of Fire Chiefs’ transportation emergency rescue ...

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