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Lightning doesn’t strike twice, but this driver did

Lightning doesn’t strike twice, but this driver did

Collisions came in a two-for-one deal for a capital moto rider who was struck twice by the same car in Chamkarmon district on Saturday.

Riding near the White Building, the man claimed he passed a car with government plates before it bumped him when traffic became congested.

Brushing off the incident, he rode on until the same car rear-ended him again before driving off.

Narrowly avoiding a crash, the rider could do little more than shake his fists at the car’s driver.

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