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Hiroshi Shimizu, senior vice president of global quality assurance at Takata, apologizes for the failure of the defective devices as he testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington on Nov. 20 before the Senate Commerce Committee hearing about the airbags linked to multiple deaths and injuries in cars driven in the US. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

(Bloomberg) — An executive for Takata Corp., the company being investigated for making air bags linked to the deaths of motorists, apologized yesterday at a U.S. Senate hearing as two lawmakers said a sixth fatality may be related.

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