Seven foreign tourists suffered serious injuries after a bus crashed into a truck in Cambodia, a report said Monday.
Four South Koreans and three Spaniards were injured when the bus carrying 34 passengers collided with a parked truck while en route to Vietnam from the Cambodian tourist hub of Siem Reap, dpa reported.
A police official said the driver fled the scene.
Government figures show 1,076 people died on the roads in the first six months of the year, up 14 per cent from 2010.
Tourism is a key pillar of the economy and has shown signs of growth after the post-2008 slump. The Cambodia Daily newspaper reported Monday that tourist arrivals increased 13 per cent to nearly 1.4 million in the first six months of 2011, with growth driven by visitors from China, South Korea and Vietnam.