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Two die, 12 injured in Sihanoukville crash

Two die, 12 injured in Sihanoukville crash

TWO people died and another 12 were injured when a truck carrying wood crashed into a passenger van on Saturday in Sihanoukville town. The truck is also believed to have also hit five goods containers, which were lying off a road near to Sihanoukville Autonomous Port, during the crash, said provincial traffic police chief Prum Pao yesterday. Police added that the driver of the truck, who has been identified as 37-year-old Kim Ath of Kampong Cham province, was sent to court to face charges yesterday.

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