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Sunk boat to be recovered from river

Sunk boat to be recovered from river

A TOURIST boat that sunk along the Phnom Penh riverside on Friday after colliding with a sand barge is yet to be recovered, an official said yesterday. Sok Chhorn, police chief of Daun Penh district’s Chey Chumneas commune, said there would be an attempt to pull the boat out of the water on Friday. He said the six tourists who were on the boat at the time of its sinking were “lucky, because no one was injured or died”.


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