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Mother’s corpse found after boat accident

Mother’s corpse found after boat accident

A WOMAN’S body was found washed ashore yesterday morning, but the body of her six-year-old daughter remained missing after the boat they were aboard to capsized on Sunday night in Stung Treng province’s Sesan district. Deputy police chief of Sdao commune said the boat was headed from a local market to a plantation where the deceased woman, Tuy Sela, and her husband, Phoem Roth, were employed, but it encountered heavy rain and wind. Phoem Roth said he survived after the boat capsized because he could swim, but his wife and daughter could not. Police are still searching for the body his daughter.

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