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Drunk embassy workers blamed for car smash

Two international embassy employees are being blamed for a yesterday night crash in the capital’s Chamkarmon district.

Police said the duo were drunk and driving a Toyota Camry at high speed when they T-boned a Lexus that was crossing the street, leaving the luxury vehicle upended and the Camry with a badly damaged front end.

No injuries were reported, but all the involved drivers went to the police station and both vehicles were impounded.

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