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Hit-and-run leads cops on a low-speed chase

It's become a leitmotif on Cambodia’s roads: someone causes an accident and flees the scene. In the latest case, four men were seriously injured when a truck crashed into them as they returned home on two motorbikes from a party in Battambang.

As the victims lay hurt, the driver escaped. Police soon arrived and helped get the four men to hospital. One of them provided a description of the truck driver, giving police something to base a manhunt on. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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