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(Bloomberg) — The woman in the first known fatal crash tied to faulty Takata Corp. air bags outside the U.S. was pregnant and her fetus died too, according to the car’s maker.

The July 27 accident in Malaysia involved a 2003 Honda City subcompact that was manufactured in Thailand, while the air bag was made in a Takata plant in Georgia, according to Jordhatt Johan, head of public relations at Honda Motor Co. in Kuala Lumpur. The automaker is recalling more than 15,700 vehicles in Malaysia, he said.

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