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Rancour results from capital city collision

A spark of road rage set off vehicular combat in Phnom Penh’s Toul Sangke commune on Wednesday night, which fortunately ended without casualties.

Police said that a motorbike and a car collided, leading to light injuries and a shouting match. Later, two men chased the car, hurling stones at it and bashing up the bodywork.

Police arrived on the scene, questioned the road warriors and let them go home.

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