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You snooze, you bruise – at least on the roads

You snooze, you bruise – at least on the roads

Cambodian scenery, apparently, wasn’t captivating enough to keep a foreign traveller’s attention on the road as he fell asleep at the wheel and hit a motorist on Friday in Prey Veng province.

Visiting from Vietnam, the 60-year-old dozed off in his Land Cruiser and ploughed into a man on a motorbike, who sustained serious injuries.

Cops arrived on the scene, sent the biker off to the hospital and hauled the vehicles and the veering Vietnamese national to the station.

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