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Man dies on railway

Man dies on railway

A factory worker died when he was run over by a train after drunkenly falling asleep on the railway track in Dangkor district’s Pratash Lang commune, officials said yesterday. The body of Yem Sayon was discovered on Tuesday by a local resident, who informed police about the incident. Pratash Lang police chief Minh Phally said the incident was “rare” for the area. Commune chief Em Chhem said the man often sat and relaxed by the tracks, but had “lost control” and fallen asleep.

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