‘Motodop je t’aime’, one family’s new rallying cry

‘Motodop je t’aime’, one family’s new rallying cry

A motodop is being credited with stopping a French couple from a potential hit-and-run on Wednesday after they allegedly injured a 3-year-old girl during a moto crash in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district.

The girl was riding with her uncle at an intersection when the man and woman crashed into them, sending the girl flying to the ground and injuring her nose and head, police said.

A nearby motodop helped stop the pair and the girl’s parents demanded $200 compensation, police added. As the foreigners could only pay $80, their moto is being held at the girl’s home until they can pay the rest. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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