Western Man Injured in Accident, hit by Woman in an Audi

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Western Man Injured in Accident, hit by Woman in an Audi

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Mon Apr 09, 2018 7:31 pm

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Phnom Penh: On April 9 at 11:30 am, unidentified foreigner man on a motorbike seriously injured his leg after getting hit by a woman driving an Audi in Sangkat Tumnup Teuk, Khan Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh.
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Witnesses said that the victim was driving his motorbike just ahead of the woman in the car, in the same direction , when the Audi smashed into the motorbike, causing the man to fall off his bike and break his leg.
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The victim was taken to hospital immediately, and the woman driver was detained and taken to the police station to be charged.

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Re: Western Man Injured in Accident, hit by Woman in an Audi

Post by Brody » Mon Apr 09, 2018 9:47 pm

Where did that gaggle of western looking nurses appear from? They seem to be tending to him nicely.
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Re: Western Man Injured in Accident, hit by Woman in an Audi

Post by epidemiks » Mon Apr 09, 2018 9:59 pm

Brody wrote:Where did that gaggle of western looking nurses appear from? They seem to be tending to him nicely.
Russian hospital is banging the middle of Tumnob Teuk, maybe it was on 430.

I've been shunted from behind by a few idiot women in luxury cars, and one bloke in a ranger. On the phone, at red lights or jammed traffic, all of them.
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Re: Western Man Injured in Accident, hit by Woman in an Audi

Post by John Bingham » Mon Apr 09, 2018 10:12 pm

epidemiks wrote:
Mon Apr 09, 2018 9:59 pm
Brody wrote:Where did that gaggle of western looking nurses appear from? They seem to be tending to him nicely.
Russian hospital is banging the middle of Tumnob Teuk, maybe it was on 430.
Does the Khmer-Soviet Hospital have any Russian staff these days? I've never seen any and I live nearby. I must ask one of the people I know who work there, maybe the mad surgeon.
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Re: Western Man Injured in Accident, hit by Woman in an Audi

Post by epidemiks » Tue Apr 10, 2018 12:08 am


John Bingham wrote:
epidemiks wrote:
Mon Apr 09, 2018 9:59 pm
Brody wrote:Where did that gaggle of western looking nurses appear from? They seem to be tending to him nicely.
Russian hospital is banging the middle of Tumnob Teuk, maybe it was on 430.
Does the Khmer-Soviet Hospital have any Russian staff these days? I've never seen any and I live nearby. I must ask one of the people I know who work there, maybe the mad surgeon.
No idea really, but i can't think of any other place that might have a bunch of blonde nurses around there.
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Re: Western Man Injured in Accident, hit by Woman in an Audi

Post by John Bingham » Tue Apr 10, 2018 12:27 am

epidemiks wrote:
Tue Apr 10, 2018 12:08 am

No idea really, but i can't think of any other place that might have a bunch of blonde nurses around there.
My wild guess is that there is some wiley clinic like SOS or Naga that is sending out teams of attractive white nurses with their ambulances. They try to entice accident victims to go to their overpriced clinics. In this case the guy was semi-conscious and was able to tell them to clear off, he could get his scratched leg patched up at Khmer-Soviet Friendship Hospital for $15 instead of paying them $1500. Smart lad. Pure speculation of course.
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Re: Western Man Injured in Accident, hit by Woman in an Audi

Post by Ashcroftie » Tue Apr 10, 2018 1:09 am

@John Bingham Hahaha, you're totally right, the wildly overpriced (now well known) SOS Clinic probably trying to get some extra clients in, as most of us don't even want to go near it. When even your (Western) insurance company refuses to pay their incredibly inflated rates, you know SOS "International" is just a ridiculous money making machine, now finally recognized (and refused) by real 'international' insurance companies. I hope SOS Phnom Penh shuts down soon.

On top of that 'SOS International Clinic' does NOT offer any better service or treatment than say Central Hospital. Only SOS Clinic's prices are like 5x (or more) than they charge. Total scam, in my opinion.
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Re: Western Man Injured in Accident, hit by Woman in an Audi

Post by Barang_doa_slae » Tue Apr 10, 2018 1:32 am

Ashcroftie wrote:
Tue Apr 10, 2018 1:09 am
@John Bingham Hahaha, you're totally right, the wildly overpriced (now well known) SOS Clinic probably trying to get some extra clients in, as most of us don't even want to go near it. When even your (Western) insurance company refuses to pay their incredibly inflated rates, you know SOS "International" is just a ridiculous money making machine, now finally recognized (and refused) by real 'international' insurance companies. I hope SOS Phnom Penh shuts down soon.

On top of that 'SOS International Clinic' does NOT offer any better service or treatment than say Central Hospital. Only SOS Clinic's prices are like 5x (or more) than they charge. Total scam, in my opinion.
Probably is but I am very grateful that about 10 years ago Dr Garen saved my life by having me undergo an echo at nearby Aurore clinic before referring me to Sen Sok hospital where I was immediately processed to surgery by French state hospital retiree Dr You Vath.
Total cost for SOS services was actually nil.
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