General Motors CEO Mary Barra provides an update on the ignition switch recall investigation Thursday, June 5, 2014 during a employee meeting at the GM Vehicle Engineering Center in Warren, Michigan. Barra expressed her deepest sympathies for those who lost their lives or were injured, and said GM would do the right thing and create a compensation program for victims, while doing everything within its power to prevent this problem from ever happening again. (Photo by Steve Fecht for General Motors)
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