Terrifying moment motorcyclist and passenger dive into a flood after the bridge collapses in Cambodia
- Soldiers were Kinak DaLi and Sok Vandy from the 1st Infantry Division of Cambodia
- Men rode halfway the bridge in the Siem Reap province before it collapsed
- Police search along the river in the village of Thmar Kaev in the district of Srok Pang
This is the terrifying moment when two motorcyclists were swept away after a bridge collapsed during a tidal wave.
Kinak DaLi and Sok Vandy, soldiers of the 1st Light Infantry Division, drove over the cross made of tree trunks and mud when it broke due to the power of the river below.
They both plunged 30 meters into the flood of water and have been missing in the province of Siem Reap, Cambodia since the accident yesterday afternoon.
This is the shocking moment when two soldiers dive into a river they were driving over after the bridge they used collapsed in Siem Reap province, Cambodia. The images are stars with the two men who successfully drive the majority of the bridge
The images are stars with the two men who successfully drive the majority of the bridge.
They come two-thirds before it collapses, causing them to fall into the water.
A local teenager then filmed the flash flood and recorded the moment when the bridge collapsed and dragged both men into the river.
The police are now looking for the men along the river in the village of Thmar Kaev in the district of Srok Pang, who had been damaged by heavy rainfall.
A spokesperson for the Srok Pang district police station told local media today that the bodies still have to be restored.
They come across two-thirds before it starts to collapse. They continue to afford to reach the other side, but are unsuccessful and fall into the water
They said: & # 39; The officers have been looking for the bodies in the area since yesterday, but they are still not visible.
& # 39; If they were killed by the flood, we cannot confirm their death until bodies are found.
& # 39; Villagers help the police find the two men. Their friends and family members also watch. & # 39;
A spokesperson for the Srok Pang district police station told local media today that the soldiers have yet to be recovered
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