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In Brief: Police get cameras, breath analysers

In Brief: Police get cameras, breath analysers

Speed cameras and alcohol testing devices have been donated to Phnom

Penh police by Handicap International Belgium, Sam Socheata, the

group's road safety program manager, said Tuesday. "Most traffic

accidents happen because drivers speed or are intoxicated," he said,

adding that 311 people died and 4,177 were injured on the road in the

first two months of 2009.


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