Cambodian singer recovering from road accident

Cambodian singer recovering from road accident

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The singer and composer broke his arm, leg and collar bone in a car accident while driving from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville last week to shoot a music video for Town Production, a leading entertainment company.

He was sent to Phnom Penh for an emergency operation and is now staying at home.

His father El Bunna hoped that Nam will return to showbiz next month.

“Some people who broke the bone at their leg, arm and collar are thought to be unable to perform on stage. But I believe he will return to work soon because he is showing a speedy recovery.”

To contact the reporter on this story: Seth Kimsoeurn at [email protected]

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