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Teen orphaned after head-on collision

Teen orphaned after head-on collision

FOUR people died and two others were seriously injured when a car ran off National Road 4 in Kampong Speu’s Phnom Sruoch district on Friday. Yous Dyna, Phnom Sruoch district military police chief, said the car was travelling towards Sihanoukville when it hit a large truck travelling in the opposite direction and careened into the Pich Nil ravine. Khout Virakhim, 40; his wife Chan Theary, 30; and two daughters aged 3 and 15, died at the scene. Their 14-year-old son and housemaid survived and are in hospital recovering.

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