Van crashes into moto, injures teen, two kids

Van crashes into moto, injures teen, two kids

A van barrelling down a Rattanikkiri road slammed into a motorbike carrying three children on Monday, sending the bike’s driver, 16, and his two 11-year-old passengers flying 10 metres away, police said.

The van’s driver quickly sped away while the three boys were admitted to hospital. The motorcycle driver, a rubbish collector, broke his left leg and the two other boys, both primary students, were injured in the head and torso. Police remain on the lookout for the van’s driver. NOKORWAT


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