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Truck crash injures 40

Truck crash injures 40

At least 40 garment-factory workers were seriously injured yesterday when the truck they were in flipped and rolled into a ditch in Svay Rieng province’s Chantrea district.

Nguon Saran, chief of staff at the Chantrea district police station, said the truck had been speeding to its Bavet town destination when it almost collided with a three-wheel motorcycle with a bed strapped to it about 6:30am.

The truck driver fled the scene.

To contact the reporter on this story:Phak Seangly at [email protected]

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