Lessons learned from late-night collision

Lessons learned from late-night collision

Care-free moto riders be warned: there’s always a car lurking behind a corner.

A motorist had his leg broken after he sped through a crossroads early yesterday in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district.

The man, 22, was driving fast through empty streets in the middle of the night.

But he was suddenly hit by a car after he rushed through an intersection.

The man was seriously injured and sent to hospital, while police are still on the lookout for the car, which sped away.

Koh Santepheap


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