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As Bon Jovi warned: slippery when wet

As Bon Jovi warned: slippery when wet

Kampong Speu province authorities rescued an injured victim but didn’t bother with the culprit – a slippery boulder – when they came to the scene at a Phnom Chroy resort on Saturday.

Enjoying the holiday with her family, the woman was out for a stroll near the Thpong district waterfall when she lost her footing and went headfirst into the riverbed, injuring her head.

Cops came and saw that an ambulance was called to bring the woman to hospital.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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