“An autopsy, now part of court records, showed that a round piece of metal the size of a hockey puck had shot out of the Accord’s air bag, sliced into Solis’s neck, and lodged in his cervical spine and shoulder. It severed his carotid artery and jugular vein and fractured his windpipe. Solis was 35 and the father of two teenagers. He was also the sixth person in the U.S. killed by an exploding air bag.” Back in 2008, Takata made its first air bag recall. It involved about four thousand cars made by Honda. There have been twenty more recalls since then. And the recall isn’t about a failure of the bags to deploy. It’s about a deadly risk when they do. Bloomberg takes a look at the ongoing debacle: Sixty Million Car Bombs: Inside Takata’s Air Bag Crisis.