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Twelve injured in Kandal bus crash

Twelve injured in Kandal bus crash

Twelve passengers travelling from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap were injured when their bus overturned after swerving to avoid a speeding car on Sunday, police said. Loung Sokeoun, the police chief in Kandal province’s Mok Kompol district where the accident took place, said the bus overturned three times before coming to rest in a field, and that the bus company would be ordered to compensate injured passengers.

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