Youngsters stuck doing homework in crash ward

Youngsters stuck doing homework in crash ward

Two high-schoolers may have hoped for a day off, but probably didn’t want to spend it in the hospital after they crashed into a car in Battambang province’s Ratanak Mondol district.

Out for a ride on Sunday night, the 14- and 17-year-old’s moped ploughed into the front of the car.

Officers who arrived at the scene saw the teens off for treatment and impounded both of the vehicles to the lot to await a final verdict.

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