Police Car Takes On Road Divider

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Police Car Takes On Road Divider

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Cambodia News (Phnom Penh): At 4:50 am on September 23, 2022, a Range Rover police car (Police 2-7774) driven by an anonymous driver crashed and destroyed a street divider on Sothearos St. Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkar Maun, Phnom Penh.
Nobody was hurt in the incident, but the car was worse for wear and the road divider was seriously divided.
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The traffic police were seen at the accident scene, examining the crash site before they towed the damaged police vehicle away for further investigation. The driver was nowhere to be seen.
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Re: Police Car Takes On Road Divider

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Why are the chinese driving police cars?
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Just a bit of collateral damage from what was likely a high-speed pursuit by the competent authorities against the powers of the criminals and bandits.
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Arget wrote: Fri Sep 23, 2022 9:42 pm Why are the chinese driving police cars?
A good chance it wasn’t Chinese. Here, the road divider is actually broken, not just nudged aside. Meanwhile, the car appears remarkably intact whereas a Chinese driven vehicle is usually spread far and wide. No real commitment.
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...Divider wins !
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Arget wrote: Fri Sep 23, 2022 9:42 pm Why are the chinese driving police cars?
That was my 1st thought too :)

I thought only the Chinese were allowed to play this game of driving into stationery immobile objects at high speed
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