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11 Days After Fuming About a Coughing Passenger, a Bus Driver Died From the Coronavirus

NYTimes.com Saturday, 4 April 2020
Jason Hargrove, a bus driver in Detroit, posted a widely viewed Facebook video that underscored the dangers blue-collar workers face as they find themselves on the front lines of the pandemic.
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News video: Detroit bus driver complains on video about dangerous passenger then dies days later

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The video of Jason Hargrove is gut-wrenching. It has become his living legacy during the Coronavirus Pandemic that has turned Detroit into a national hotspot.

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