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March 14, 2014 6:34 PM

Tragedy at SXSW should not leave a permanent scar on festival

After any catastrophic event resulting in loss of life and injury — whether an act of nature, an evil man-made plot or tragic accident — it is both natural and prudent that we try to figure out if it could have been prevented or, at least, the harm to people mitigated.

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