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Wedding guests killed

Wedding guests killed

Five people died and 32 were injured in a traffic accident in Kampong Cham province’s Tbong Khmum district yester­day while travelling to a wed­ding, police said.

Long Meng Se, traffic-police chief in Kam­­­pong Cham, said the accident happened when a truck loaded with passengers collided head-on with another truck during rain.

“It is not the first time so many people have died at that place,” he said, adding that locals believed a spirit had caused the accidents.

To contact the reporter on this story: Sen David at [email protected]

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