Cars that catch fire – Recalls and warnings
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By WHIO TV 7
October 31, 2022
Recent safety recalls involving Kia’s and Hyundai’s add to a long list of warnings we’ve seen over the past decade about certain models catching fire.
News Center 7′s John Bedell has more from a family that is afraid to put their loved ones in the Hyundai, claiming the recall repair on their Kona hasn’t gone far enough.
“My car is on fire.” Ronni Rivera felt lucky to be alive when her Kia Sorrento went up in flames. “I heard a strange noise and got out,” she said.