Driver underestimates severity of head wound

Driver underestimates severity of head wound

A drunk driver was seriously injured on Friday night in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district following a collision with another vehicle.

The man, 30, was reportedly swerving recklessly before he lost control of his bike and rammed into a couple riding together.

The driver was badly wounded on his head, while the couple suffered slight injuries on their arms and legs.

An onlooker attempted to call the man an ambulance, but he reportedly rejected the ride and was bandaged on the scene.

The man then lost consciousness, after which police called another ambulance to take him to a hospital. Koh Santepheap


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