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Car-borrowing bud crashes into home

Car-borrowing bud crashes into home

A driver could have a difficult time stitching a friendship back together after he drove his buddy’s car into a house in Kampot province and crushed two sewing machines.

Chhouk district witnesses say the man was gunning down National Road 3 on Tuesday when he swerved into a porch and destroyed the mending equipment before fleeing the scene.

Authorities came to impound the wreck, where they met the owner who said his pal at least had the decency to phone him up and tell him his ride was stuck in a wall.

Koh Santepheap

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