Rubbish driving by capital trash pickers

Rubbish driving by capital trash pickers

A careless driver working for trash collector Cintri hit two people, seriously injuring both in Phnom Penh’s Russey Keo district yesterday.

Police said that the driver and his three passengers started fooling around and didn’t notice an oncoming sugarcane vendor.

The car struck the vendor at high speed and kept going, ploughing into a nearby motodop.

Police said that the suspects’ black and white car belongs to Cintri, but it had no licence plates at the time of the accident.

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