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Villagers chase down hit-and-run driver

Two men on a motorbike were badly injured in a seeming attempted hit-and-run in Phnom Penh’s Russey Keo district on Monday.

According to police, the men were riding to work when a truck attempted to pass them.

The truck, however, was forced to swerve back into their lane by an oncoming car, and smashed into their moto, badly injuring the pair.

The truck sped up, but was corralled by bystanders, who made a citizen’s arrest. RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

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