Accident trifecta: drunk, speeding and teenaged

Accident trifecta: drunk, speeding and teenaged

A drunken teen in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district allegedly broke his leg on Monday and badly injured that of an unsuspecting fish seller in a moto accident.

Police said the teen was driving like the wind with his friend on board when they attempted to pass a truck.

Unable to get around the vehicle in time, they slammed into an oncoming moto carrying the fish seller and his wife. The two passengers were slightly injured. KOH SANTEPHEAP


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