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Three killed in car crash, nine seriously injured

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Three people were killed in a road accident in Preah Sihanouk province on December 26. Fresh News

Three killed in car crash, nine seriously injured

At least three people were killed and nine seriously injured in a car crash on Wednesday in Kampong Seila district’s Stung Chral village.

District deputy police chief Nhem Raksmey told The Post on Wednesday that the three victims who were killed were Takeo province resident Chheng Khorn, 35, Kampong Speu province resident Srey Neang, 22 and a four-year-old from Preah Sihanouk province.

The other nine injured were sent to Koh Kong province’s Sre Ambel referral hospital.

According to a witness, a white car heading from Phnom Penh towards Sihanoukville tried to overtake another car, but lost control and flipped over.

Police have handed over the victim’s bodies to their families, Raksmey said.


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