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The Cincinnati Enquirer has published a long story today on seats in Honda minivans flipping and trapping passengers.

This problem doesn't seem common, but in this local case was fatal. The victim was seemingly healthy; in fact he was leaving high school tennis practice. They mention complaints for 1999-2012 models, but don't say whether the same design is present in all years.

'A child could die.' Honda Odyssey owners warned feds about seat dangers before Kyle Plush's death (at https://www.cincinnati.com/story/money/2018/12/18/honda-odyssey-owners-warned-feds-seat-dangers-before-kyle-plush-death/2115462002/ )

The case where the teen died received tons of attention due to the lack of emergency response, however in many such cases, the victim wouldn't be able to call anyone at all. (This victim knew how to use voice to dial 911 without being able to touch the phone.)
 

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If it's the case I'm thinking about you're not being fair. He had difficulty guiding them to his location and died before they found him.
As for the design Honda should be forced to deal with it. Anybody else would.
 
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