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 +'''Crash''' may refer to:
 +* [[Collision]], a physical crash, often of two vehicles, especially
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 +== Popular culture ==
 +In '''literature''':
 +* [[Crash (1973 novel)|''Crash'' (1973 novel)]], a controversial J. G. Ballard novel about people who are sexually aroused by car crashes
 +* [[Crash (1996 novel)|''Crash'' (1996 novel)]], by Jerry Spinelli
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 +In '''film''':
 +* [[Crash (1996 film)|''Crash'' (1996 film)]], a 1996 film directed by David Cronenberg based on the J. G. Ballard book of the same name
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Crash may refer to:

  • Collision, a physical crash, often of two vehicles, especially

Popular culture

In literature:

In film:

  • Crash (1996 film), a 1996 film directed by David Cronenberg based on the J. G. Ballard book of the same name

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