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Motorists were injured in collision with train

Motorists were injured in collision with train

At least two men were injured when a train collided with two cars and a motorbike in front of the Phnom Penh International Airport in Por Sen Chey district’s Kakab II commune on Monday.

Commune police chief Phea Bros said before the incident, many cars and motorbikes got stuck in traffic on the railway when the traffic light turned red.

Then a train loaded with foreigners heading to the airport crashed into a car on the railway, causing the vehicle to swing before hitting other cars and motorbikes.

“After the accident, the two injured motorbike riders and a pillion left the scene without seeking compensation. The owners of the two damaged cars did not seek compensation either,” he said.

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