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Dragon downs drunk moto driver . . . kind of

Dragon downs drunk moto driver . . . kind of

A motorcyclist riding a Honda Dream crashed on Prampi Makara district’s Dragon Bridge on Tuesday night.

According to police, the driver was drunk when he collided at speed with a carving of a dragon protruding from the bridge.

The collision left him with serious injuries, which were exacerbated when another motorcyclist slammed into him post-crash.

The rider of the Honda Dream was sent for treatment at a nearby hospital while the second rider went home with minor injuries.

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