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At least nine of the 13 deaths tied to General Motors ignition switch recall occurred before the company exited bankruptcy in July 2009, precluding survivors from filing lawsuits, according to documents released today by a congressional committee’s staff.

The most recent fatality involving the 2003 through 2007 Chevrolet Cobalts and Saturn Ions occured last June in Quebec. There are two fatal accidents involving 2004 Ions in a database with identities of the victims and dates undetermined.

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