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Anti-drunken driving campaign gets boost

DRUNKEN-driving checkpoints will be set up in three more districts in the capital - Sen Sok, Dangkor and Meanchey districts - starting today, according to deputy municipal traffic police chief Chev Hak. The three new posts will join five posts reopened last week after they were shut down amid flooding in the city. “All the districts have [their] own targeting plan for the operations,” he said, and added that police would be targeting those areas most susceptible to traffic accidents and drunken driving.

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