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Lying drunken driver puts man in hospital

A drunk driver left an education official in Kandal’s Kien Svay district seriously injured on Tuesday.

According to police, the victim, 60, was driving home from a pagoda at a resort when the wasted wheelman careered into him head-on.

The driver attempted to flee on foot, but security guards quickly detained him. The victim was hospitalised with severe injuries to his head and leg.

The suspect tried to blame a 26-year-old female relative, but an eyewitness set the record straight. Nokorwat

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