Man’s attempt to flee after Lao-d crash fails

Man’s attempt to flee after Lao-d crash fails

A man who slammed into a road divider in front of a local embassy early yesterday morning learned that fleeing the scene was not a-Lao-ed.

The man was allegedly speeding through Chamkarmon district when he swerved into a divider in front of the Lao Embassy.

Though his car was damaged, he attempted to speed into the night, only to be stopped by trusty embassy security guards.

Police arrived at the scene and hauled the driver in while they assessed appropriate compensation.

Nokorwat

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