Toyota and General Motors were sued in Alameda County Superior Court Tuesday. A quality inspector claims the plant managers realiated against her when she reported defects in thousands of cars manufactured at a factory in Fremont.
Katy Cameron, the inspector, made reports of cares with defective seat belts, water leaks, broken mirrors, missing radiator caps, and steering wheel problems.
Cameron claims that her managers at the plant had been altering her reports in order to have more cars pass inspection. She commented that from 2005 to 2007 she found an average of 9 t0 15 defects per car. According to Cameron, her manager threatened to fire her if she continued to complain about the defective automobile reports.
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