Toyota Motor Corp. is calling back ’02-’04 model Camry sedans due to improperly assembled airbags. Some 128,316 vehicles are involved in the recall, which was initiated after a supplier discovered the optional side airbags could become twisted, leading to improper inflation during a crash. Toyota says no injuries or fatalities have occurred as a result of the defect.

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