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Five teens injured after Bokor accident

FIVE teenagers were left with serious injuries after careering off a bridge on Bokor mountain in Kampot province on Sunday afternoon. The teens – aged between 11 and 17 – were travelling on a single bike when they fell off a three- to four-metre-high bridge in Teuk Chhou district, police said. “It is lucky that the bridge was shallow, or they all would be killed,” said provincial police chief Klang Thyrin. All five have been taken to hospital for treatment.

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