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Car accident leaves two dead, nine injured

Car accident leaves two dead, nine injured

TWO people were killed and seven injured in a car accident along National Road 4 in Sihanoukville’s ‘Village 1 in Preah Sihanouk Town yesterday, according to police.
Prum Pov, provincial traffic police chief, said that nine people were riding in a taxi when it overturned yesterday, causing the deaths of two women who were cousins, seriously injuring three others and mildly injuring an additional four. He added that the taxi was overloaded with passengers and was driving excessively fast when it suffered a flat tyre that caused the accident.

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