Svay Rieng hit-and-run leaves two badly injured

Svay Rieng hit-and-run leaves two badly injured

Svay Rieng district police are on the lookout for a Lexus that is thought to have run over and badly injured two women on Sunday.

Police said the car was speeding excessively before it crashed into a motorbike carrying two garment workers and a high school student.

One of the garment workers suffered a serious head injury, while the student’s right leg was broken.

The vehicle peeled off and fled the scene, while locals called an ambulance to get the victims to a hospital. NOKORWAT

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