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RCAF soldier rear-ends his brother-in-arms

A little too much partying ended with an RCAF commander rear-ending an underling’s car in the early hours on Monday, but – predictably – no arrests were made.

Cops responding to the scene in Takeo, said the commander, believed to have been driving drunk, ploughed into the younger soldier.

The force of the collision sent the subordinate’s car skidding into a canal along the roadside.

But with no injuries, police decided they could be left to sort out compensation.

Rasmei Kampuchea



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