衝 means “run”, and sometimes it has angry feelings. 闖 means “makes wrongs” or “jaywalk”. 那個小孩突然衝到我面前大哭。 The child run to me and loudly cry out. 他（氣得）衝到警察局報案。 He was such angry that went to the police to report the case. 他擅自闖越平交道。 He has no permitting and across the railroad. 有的人真的很喜歡闖紅燈。 Some people really like to jaywalk. 他這次真的闖下大禍了。 This time he really do a big wrongs.
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