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Automotive eye-for-eye sees all squared off

A high-speed head-on collision miraculously resulted in no injuries – and no monetary compensation for either party on Monday. Two cars driving in opposite directions over a bridge crashed into each other in Stung Treng province, but both drivers walked away without a scratch.

They agreed to resolve the dispute by each paying for their own vehicle’s damages, a proposal that local police were also happy to honour. The cops also decided no charges were necessary for either speed demon.

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