PHNOM PENH (The Cambodia Herald) -- Cambodian pop-star Khemarak Sereymon has recovered from a horrible accident Thursday night that took the lives of his friends but he is still in shock from the incident.
"He's okay now, but his mental state is uncertain, he is still terrified from the accident," Sunday Production general manager, Lay Sok Chamroeun told Cambodia Express News (CEN), an affiliate of The Cambodia Herald.
"Sereymon was slightly injured in his left leg and will be leaving for Phnom Penh this evening or tomorrow," he said Friday.
"The semi truck's driver was drunk and crashed into his Tundra which was trying to turn onto another road."
Chamroeun, had asked eye witnesses at the scene and said, Sereymon was lucky because he bent over when he saw that the semi truck was going to hit his Tundra.
The accident that took place on National Road four in Sihanoukville’s, Prey Nop district, killed four entertainers and injured five others, who were on their way to perform at a concert commemorating International Women’s Rights Day.
Two of the victims killed in the accident were identified as the Chi Virak, son of comedians Neay Koy, whose body is currently at a funeral pyre in Phnom Penh, and Den Ny.