Hit me once, shame on you, hit me twice...

Hit me once, shame on you, hit me twice...

A motodop was critically injured on Monday night in the capital’s Russey Keo district after being hit twice by other motorists. Police said the man was making a left turn when a car hit him.

Moments later, a tuk-tuk struck the man, breaking an arm, a leg and leaving him unconscious.

The tuk-tuk driver then disconnected the carriage from the moto pulling it, and fled at high speed.

Police detained the car’s driver and the victim was sent to hospital. Koh Santepheap

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