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Boozy driver’s car takes the hit for her rashness

An inebriated young woman emerged unscathed after crashing into a street divider on the capital’s Stung Meanchey bridge on Sunday.

She was reportedly speeding after a night of boozing, and failed to veer in time to avoid the divider.

Thankfully, she didn’t get so much as a scratch, and was enough at ease that she simply passed out and slept until the police arrived to carry her out – unlike her car, which suffered serious front-end damage from the collision.

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