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Title: Fury Erupts in China as Video Shows Fight Led to Fatal Bus Crash The New York Times

Summarize: A dispute between a passenger and driver that led to 13 deaths elicited shock, scorn and questions about whether there was too much vitriol in society.

Tags: china, car crash, bus, distracted driving, chongqing china

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