So, we know that the accident response system deactivates the child locks? What if the driver was the cause of the wreck (heart ache, etc) would you expect a small child to know to press/ reach the unlock button up front or find/reach the keys when they obviously can't be trusted not to open a car door while it is moving? Would a first responder think to press the unlock button up front? If the system deactives childlock in a crash sequence then I am happy. However, if it does not the child can still be locked in and lock someone out after the crash by pulling the handle from the inside.In Situation #1 the doors will all unlock and pulling on the handle won't active the locks again.
In Situation #2 the doors can be unlocked via the front switch or FOB even if the child pulls the handle and inadvertently locks the door.