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Unsignalled left turn leaves four in hospital

Unsignalled left turn leaves four in hospital

The drivers of two over-packed vehicles in Kampong Speu will no doubt be lamenting the Kingdom’s erratic use of turn signals after they collided on Saturday, leaving four injured.

According to witnesses, a vegetable-laden tuk-tuk made a left turn that came as a considerable surprise to the driver of the moto behind, as well as his two passengers.

The two vehicles collided, resulting in a trip to hospital for the foursome and the confiscation of the two vehicles by police.

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