2 Traffic Officers Injured on the Way to an Accident

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2 Traffic Officers Injured on the Way to an Accident

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Wed Jul 25, 2018 12:06 am

Phnom Penh: On the night of July 23, 2 traffic police officers and another man were injured in a motorbike crash in Sangkat Sras Chok, Khan Don Penh, Phnom Penh.
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The 2 traffic officers were riding their motorbike along street R6 to check an accident scene that had been reported. While they were on the way, a man drove a motorbike at high speed, smashing into the police motorbike.
Both police officers and the man were injured. All of them were sent to the hospital immediately. The damaged motorbikes were taken to keep at Khan Don Penh police station.
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