March 29 - Laura Christian, the birth mother of 16-year-old Amber Rose -- the first documented death in the crash of a GM car, back in 2005 -- talks to Paul Lienert, Reuters’ Detroit Bureau Chief, about why she’s suing the auto giant nine years after the teenager’s death in Dentsville, Maryland. Christian is one of several crash victims' family members affected by GM's February recall of 1.6 million vehicles to replace defective ignition switches that could shut down engines and airbags. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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