Airbag activated and flung metal at man after ‘relatively minor collision’, court hears

A Sydney driver was due to have a faulty Takata airbag replaced two days before he was killed in a car accident, a court has heard.

The 58-year-old man, Huy Neng Ngo, died minutes after a “relatively minor collision” in Cabramatta on 13 July, 2017 when the airbag activated and flung a piece of metal at his neck, the NSW coroners court was told on Friday.

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