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High-speed, drunken chase leads to arrest

High-speed, drunken chase leads to arrest

Two men were arrested in Kampong Cham town on Friday after running down a man at high-speed.

The suspects were reportedly driving drunk back from a nightclub and crashed into the victim on his motorbike.

The inebriated suspects attempted to flee the scene, but were pursued by traffic police, who did not stop to help the seriously injured victim.

The men were arrested and sent to court.

Kampuchea Thmey

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