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Farmer unfairly reaps what drunken driver sows

A drunken driver, predictably, made a pig’s ear of his ride home in Svay Rieng’s Bavet town on Tuesday, seriously injuring a farmer.

The 35-year-old farmer was transporting food for his hogs when the careless boy racer, 24, careened into the back of his three-wheel ride, sending both the feed and farmer flying from the vehicle.

The victim was sent to Vietnam for emergency treatment and police impounded the two mangled vehicles. NOKORWAT

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