‘Jackass’ star died from Pa. crash’s impact, fire

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Glover tweeted, “I don’t know what to say, except I love Ryan Dunn and I’m really going to miss him.” Glover also canceled six upcoming stand-up comedy shows in Sacramento, Calif., and the venue said it was issuing ticketholders refunds.

There was also criticism, most notably after movie critic Roger Ebert posted on Twitter that “friends don’t let jackasses drink and drive.” Margera erupted in expletives on his own Twitter page. Ebert’s Facebook page was flooded with derogatory posts and briefly taken down; Facebook apologized a few hours later and said the page was “removed in error.”

Ebert responded Tuesday that he didn’t mean to be cruel and was “probably too quick to tweet” after the crash.

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