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Rider learns that red lights exist for a reason

Rider learns that red lights exist for a reason

An overeager motorbike driver is licking his wounds in the hospital following an accident in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district on Sunday night.

The reckless rider tried to run a red light, but didn’t count on the nearby Toyota Hilux taking a right.

The car, which had the right of way, collided with the traffic-violating vehicle, sending its oblivious operator into the pavement and subsequently to the hospital.

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