Alexander Brangman Accepts Inaugural National Auto Safety Award
Alexander Brangman, has been a tireless, devoted international advocate, since his daughter’s death in 2014, due to a recalled defective Takata airbag in a rental car. He has dedicated himself to saving other’s lives by exposing unsafe, negligent business practices, working to strengthen laws aimed at protecting people and raising global awareness about the worldwide, Takata airbag recall. Alexander continues to fight so that others don’t ever suffer the unimaginable tragedy he and his daughter did.
On December 1, 2021, in recognition of his relentless and selfless pursuit of auto safety, to prevent further tragedies, Brangman, was selected as a recipient of the inaugural Cally Houck Auto Safety Award, by the renowned, Center For Auto Safety.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Washington DC gala was cancelled and Alexander, graciously accepted his award via video.