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Six injured after truck drives over landmine

A driver and five workers were injured in Pursat province yesterday when their truck drove over an anti-tank mine, authorities said. Veal Veng district police chief Phuong Soly said the truck was transporting corn when it struck the landmine. “The six workers were only slightly injured, no one was killed, but the back wheels of the truck were broken,” he said, adding that people walked through the field where the truck set off the landmine every day.

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