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Poipet siblings bindsided by speeding tuk-tuk

Three Poipet town siblings were badly injured on their way home yesterday. Police said the trio – a man, 25, his sister, 14, and his brother, two – were parked on the side of the road after running out of gas.

As they sat there, a tuk-tuk carrying four passengers slammed into their moto from behind. Police sent the three to the hospital, and released the driver after he said he was unable to see the victims in the dark. Koh Santepheap



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