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Lexus rear ends Lexus, which rear ends truck

Lexus rear ends Lexus, which rear ends truck

A dominos-style demolition derby played out on the streets of Phnom Penh’s Tonle Bassac commune on Wednesday night.

Police say a Chinese national was speeding in her Lexus and failed to brake in time to avoid another vehicle – also a Lexus.

The woman slammed into the back of the second car whichslammed into a cement truck.

The woman immediately fled the scene but a representative returned in her stead to negotiate compensation.

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