Ford recalls 680k cars due to seat belts that may not hold in crash

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Ford is recalling more than 680,000 cars — most of them in North America — over a seatbelt defect, according to CNN.

The recall comes after at least two people were injured in two accidents related to the issue.

The vehicles in question are certain Fusion, Lincoln MKZ and Mondeo models from 2013 to 2016.

Ford says the problem could cause a seatbelt to snap during a crash.

The company says it will notify the owners of the affected vehicles.

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