Moto swerves to avoid pothole, slams into car

Moto swerves to avoid pothole, slams into car

A motorist broke his left leg in an apparent hit-and-run on Wednesday night in Kandal’s Takmao town. Police said the man was riding fast when he swerved to avoid hitting a pothole and a car crashed into him.

The 24-year-old man broke his left leg but the car escaped. A bystander saw the accident and called police, who sent the victim to hospital.

Police are looking for the car’s driver, but said the accident was caused by the man’s reckless moto driving. RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

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