Manufacturer denies claim after mother's recalled SUV catches fire – 2/21/14
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INDIANAPOLIS – An Indianapolis woman says her car caught fire just minutes after she got her 9-month-old baby out.
Michelle Shetler contacted the Call 6 Investigators after she discovered her 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer had been recalled, along with more than 300,000 other Trailblazers across the country.
Shetler was headed to her grandmother’s house in Brownsburg when it happened Dec. 7, 2013.