Texas jury finds "gross negligence" by Toyota in seatback case
On Friday a civil jury in Texas found "clear and convincing evidence" of "gross negligence" by Toyota, the parent company of Lexus. It ruled the automaker failed to warn consumers that front seats can collapse backward during certain types of rear end collisions and propel people into the back seat. The verdict of more than $242 million stems from a 2016 crash where two young children were severely hurt. Kris Van Cleave reports.