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GM will buy back Volts from fearful owners

General Motors CEO Dan Akerson says the automaker will make things right for owners worried over potential fire hazards. The announcement came Thursday in response to three cases of Volts catching fire days after federal government crash tests.
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General Motors CEO Dan Akerson says the automaker will make things right for owners worried over potential fire hazards. The announcement came Thursday in response to three cases of Volts catching fire days after federal government crash tests.

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