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Road toll rises with pair of bus fatalities

Road toll rises with pair of bus fatalities

Two bus accidents killed two and injured 26 more over the weekend in the Kingdom.

A bus of the Hun Dara Bus Company hit a minivan in Preah Sihanouk’s Preah Sihanouk town on Saturday morning, killing a minivan passenger at the scene and injuring 16 between the two vehicles.

Police arrested the minivan driver, whereas the bus driver escaped.

On Sunday, Kampong Thom’s Kampong Svay province saw another accident, which killed one passenger and injured 10.

The Meng Hong Bus Company vehicle was on its way from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, and it turned over when the driver slammed on the brakes.

To contact the reporter on this story: Khoun Leakhana at [email protected]

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