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The passenger described the accident as a more like a "bump" -- yet the airbag deployed and ruptured, killing the driver.

(Bloomberg) — “Mummy — Car!”

Welhelmo Rodriguez Caido Jr., 41, blurted out the warning as he was riding in the passenger seat of a Honda City driven by his wife, whom he endearingly called Mummy. A moment later, as they entered an intersection in the Malaysian town of Sibu on July 27, a collision with an oncoming car set off the air bag with such force it knocked Caido out.

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