Pothole causes driver to scatter porcine payload

Pothole causes driver to scatter porcine payload

Pigs were the subject of another incident in Prey Veng province on Monday as 150 of the animals were scattered on the road after the truck hauling them overturned.

The livestock lorry was headed to the capital from Vietnam when it approached a pothole in Komchay Mear district. The driver tried avoiding it but turned too fast, veered into the front of a clinic and flipped.

Neither the driver nor the swine – still in their individual cages – sustained any major injuries, but may have left a cleanup crew wishing pigs could fly.



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