Siblings struck down in successive road crashes

Siblings struck down in successive road crashes

Bad luck and a couple of motorbikes struck two brothers in Phnom Penh’s Russey Keo district on Tuesday. The first of the ill-fated siblings was in a serious motorbike collision and was immediately rushed to the hospital.

While his brother stayed at the scene to give his report to local police, a drunk driver speeding past struck him in the leg, breaking a bone. The police on the scene hailed a nearby tuk-tuk and sent the second patient off to the hospital to join his brother.

Koh Santepheap


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