Joyride turns dark for tuk-tuk’s nightly jaunt

Joyride turns dark for tuk-tuk’s nightly jaunt

A police report was able to shed light on a headlight-free collision between a tuk-tuk and a motorbike in the capital’s Sen Sok district on Sunday evening.

Apparently, both vehicles were driving blind in the dark when they slammed into each other at an intersection.

Three men tumbled out of the unseen tuk-tuk, receiving only minor injuries, while the driver of the motorbike was shipped off to hospital with more serious wounds.

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