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$2,000 damage bill brings party to an end

A 39-year-old woman suffered injuries after being hit by a group of drunken teens driving recklessly on Sunday night in Phnom Penh’s Chamkamon district.

According to police, the group was partying at a nightclub and crashed their vehicle into a parked car before hitting the woman, who was riding a bicycle, on their way home.

The victim was hospitalised with a head injury, and the four teens were hauled in for questioning. The owner of the damaged vehicle demanded $2,000 in compensation. KOH SANTEHPHEAP

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