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Evening quest for salt halted by bus’s rear end

A late-night salt-buying trip turned sour when a 24-year-old man slammed his moto into the back of a parked bus along National Road 4 in the capital’s Por Sen Chey district.

The eager grocer was in a rush to buy salt at 9:30pm on Sunday and suffered head injuries in the smash-up.

In his defence, it was a dark night and he didn’t expect the bus to stop.

The battered moto driver traded the market for hospital that night and both vehicles were impounded.

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