The U.S. government announced Monday an investigation into the slow reporting of safety issues in child car seats. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the agency applied pressure to Graco Children's Products, Inc. to recall more than six million defective car seats earlier this year. The largest child seat recall in U.S. history came after it was reported that the buckles were getting caught in the latched position "creating an unreasonable risk to a child's life in the event of an emergency." If investigation finds that Graco was "untimely" in reporting issues, they could be fined up to $35 million.
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