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In a rush? Sidewalk rage drives pedestrians off the deep end

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Pedestrians cross the intersection of 34th Street and 8th Avenue in New York City, a busy Midtown crossing. Too many people and not enough pavement can lead to incidents of sidewalk rage, the walker's equivalent of road rage. (Aaron Cahall/CNS)

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Pedestrians cross the intersection of 34th Street and 8th Avenue in New York City, a busy Midtown crossing. Too many people and not enough pavement can lead to incidents of sidewalk rage, the walker's equivalent of road rage. (Aaron Cahall/CNS)

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Pedestrians cross the intersection of 34th Street and 8th Avenue in New York City, a busy Midtown crossing. Too many people and not enough pavement can lead to incidents of sidewalk rage, the walker's equivalent of road rage. (Aaron Cahall/CNS)

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What happens when the sidewalk just isn't big enough for the both of you? A nasty outbreak of sidewalk rage.


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