Accidents on icy highways in central China left at least 13 dead and dozens injured this weekend as millions of families were heading home from the Lunar New Year holiday.
A second accident followed three hours later near the provincial capital of Hefei after a minibus collided with a passenger vehicle.
On Saturday night, two pileups involving at least 100 vehicles killed two and injured 50, ten seriously, in Guizhou province.
Despite those incidents, this year's three-week travel rush has seen relatively few deadly accidents compared to previous years, possibly as a result of tighter vehicle inspections to reduce the number of overloaded or poorly maintained vehicles.
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