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Camry plays ping-pong in Banteay Meanchey

Camry plays ping-pong in Banteay Meanchey

A speeding Camry struck three people on a motorbike in Banteay Meanchey on Sunday, seriously injuring them in the process.

After hitting the bike, the Camry kept going until it ploughed into another car on the street, knocking it off the road.

Authorities did not provide the total number of injuries but said that all people involved in the accident were being treated at a hospital in Mongkol Borei district.

Police have impounded the two cars and the motorbike.

Koh Santepheap


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