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Pileup confirms ongoing Japanese car popularity

A chain reaction left the occupants of five cars shaken but uninjured and the ubiquity of the Toyota Camry unchallenged on Monday.

Police said four vehicles – three Toyotas and a Honda – were patiently waiting at the light waiting to cross the Prek Ho bridge in Kandal, when a larger truck careened into them from behind sending Camry into Camry into CRV into Camry.

Thankfully, all emerged no worse for wear.

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