Trucker picks worst possible place to stall

Trucker picks worst possible place to stall

Police in Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district got all the dirt on a gravel truck driver whose rig was rammed by a train yesterday.

The 36-year-old transporter claimed he got stuck on the tracks and was unable to move, leading to the lorry-on-locomotive collision.

Luckily, however, no one was injured, and after the crash, the truck was towed away to the police station and the train carried on to its destination.

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