Airbag & mercury concern
Lawrence C Leung
l.leung at juno.com
Thu Jan 18 17:34:49 EST 2001
The firing gases remain inside the bag.
The white powder is pure talc, used to keep the bags folds from sticking.
LL - NY
On Wed, 17 Jan 2001 19:56:15 -0800 "Pat, Andrea & Theo Quinn"
<threequinns at hotmail.com> writes:
>Good friends of mine have recently learned that they both have
>high counts of mercury in their blood. In the past few months they
>mutable tests, had their house and water checked and racked their
>trying to discover the source of the contaminate.
>Today someone mentioned to them that the firing device in some airbags
>contained Mercury Fulminate (sp?), and was a possible cause. Back in
>these good friends were in a minor accident in their 1995 90q,
>airbags. They remember having a hard time breathing, and ingesting 'a
>of the white packing powder.
>I assured them that if anyone knew anything about Audi airbag
>they were on the list. So if anyone can help. I would greatly
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