Brick hauler sees rig hauled in after crash

Brick hauler sees rig hauled in after crash

Justice could come down heavy on a driver who ploughed into three other vehicles in the capital’s Por Sen Chey district on Monday.

Carrying a load of bricks in his pickup, the driver was speeding down Highway 4 when he hit two cars ahead of him then swerved to nail another one.

Luckily no one was injured, but when police hauled everyone in for a grilling all fingers pointed at the truck owner.

Police OK’ed the consensus and kept his set of wheels at the impound lot.

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