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Speed, booze blamed yet again for hit-and-run

Police are looking for a hit-and-run driver in Poipet after a Monday accident that left four in hospital.

The incident saw a car collide with a homemade tractor that was carrying five people to work at a local farm.

Arriving traffic police helped the four injured to the local hospital where they are now recovering.

One victim said the suspect was driving at a high rate of speed and suggested alcohol might have been in play.

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