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Topic - Sai Ling
Investigators looking into a weekend tour bus crash in New York that killed 15 people are focusing on the driver, a man with a decades-old manslaughter conviction who was not supposed to be driving because he had not resolved several traffic tickets.
"Everyone knows how to gamble in the Chinese culture. It's very normal," said Sai Ling, 57, who lost her parents, whom she described as casual gamblers, in the crash.
"He didn't want to see her crying every day," Ms. Ling said.