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Car hits motorbike, ends up in a pond

Car hits motorbike, ends up in a pond

A Battambang province driver went for an unintended swim after colliding into a motorbike yesterday in Thma Koul district.

Police say the car was cruising on highway 5 when it veered into a rider, then into an adjacent pond.

The dripping driver stuck around to see his victim off to hospital and watch as cops towed his ride out of the drink.

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