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In Brief: Road causualties still rising: report

In Brief: Road causualties still rising: report

Some 1,777 traffic accident casualties were reported by hospitals, health centres, private clinics and traffic police departments in 24 provinces for June, an increase of 20 percent over May, according to the Cambodian Road Traffic Accident and Victim Information System. Among the casualties, 534 people were severely injured and 98 died, according to the report. An average of more than four people die each day on Cambodia's chaotic roads. 

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