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"...It wasn't until the late 1960's that the airbag development made some real progress. The man responsible for this? A New Jersey mechanical engineer by the name of Allen K. Breed. He invented what is considered the world's first electromechanical automotive airbag system in the form of a crash sensor. Mr. Breed would later on come up with another important development in the field, namely the airbag that vents air as it inflates, reducing the risk of secondary injuries ..." Continue Reading →
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