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A regional broadcaster apologized Monday after one of its news vans cut into a long line of cars in Kumamoto at a gas station in the quake-hit prefecture.

The apology was prompted by a protest message that went viral Sunday on Twitter. The message, posted with a photo of a Kansai Telecasting Corp. van at a gas station, accused the driver of cutting in line and ignoring a woman who asked it to back off.

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