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Sedan driver hits man and ignores conscience

Sedan driver hits man and ignores conscience

A hit-and-run left a man unable to walk in the capital’s Por Sen Chey district on Saturday.

Police said witnesses reported seeing a Toyota Corolla driving erratically before ramming into a man on a motorbike, leaving him with a broken leg.

In an all-too-familiar turn of events, the car simply sped off, leaving the victim to make his way to hospital by himself.

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