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Man reportedly blames bee for NSX crash

It looks like the first Acura NSX, badged as a Honda outside the United States, has been involved in a crash. The crash took place on Monday on the Wang Kung Temple Provincial Highway in Taiwan. According to Apple Daily Taiwan, a journalist was driving at the time. He is reported to have claimed a bee flew through an open window and stung him on...
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