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Truck levels roadside motorbike repair shop

After years of helping get damaged motos back on the road, a repairman ended up in hospital on Friday when a truck wiped out his roadside garage.

The man, 30, and a motodop waiting for his bike to be fixed were injured when a truck loaded with bricks crashed into the repair shop.

After fleeing the scene – a popular leitmotif with drivers at fault – the truck driver was arrested. He claimed he had fallen asleep at the wheel, offered to pay for the damage and was all of a sudden walking free. NOKORWAT

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