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Mixer menace: Cement mixer truck overturned

Jan 17, 2024

People in a Preah Sihanouk village were shocked with the unusual sight of an overturned cement mixer truck.

This took place on August 10 at a bend in Road no. 827, Village 5, Sangkat 4, Preah Sihanouk.

Residents of the area told local news that the truck was traveling from National Road 4 down to Route 827, carrying a load of cement. When the truck reached the bend of the road, the brakes malfunctioned causing it to overturn and spilling cement onto the road.

There were no casualties in the accident. After the incident, traffic police cleared out the scene of the accident. The concrete company later sent a crane to lift the truck from the scene.

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