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General Motors Can't Find 140-Thousand Affected By Recall

(Detroit, MI) -- GM is having trouble reaching about six-percent of those affected by the ignition switch recall. About 140-thousand recall notices to GM customers couldn't be delivered. GM officials say it's tough to find the owners of older vehicles that may have been sold a couple of times. GM says they'll keep trying though because they are hoping for 100-percent response to the recall. More than a dozen deaths are blamed on faulty ignition switches.

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