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Four killed as tour bus, taxi collide in Prey Veng

Four killed as tour bus, taxi collide in Prey Veng

At least four people were killed and 13 injured in a head-on collision between a taxi and a tour bus from the Vietnamese Van Rex Company in Prey Veng province’s Preah Sdech district on Saturday.

Preah Sdech district police chief Hing Hak said that the acci­dent occurred when the taxi veered into the bus heading to Vietnam.

The taxi driver and three children, aged 4, 6 and 7, died on the way to the hospital, while the bus driver was one of the injured, Hak said.

“The bus and taxi were taken to Preah Sdech district’s police station for inspection,” he added.

To contact the reporter on this story: Kim Sarom at [email protected]

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