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Rochester teacher speaks about explosion in Cambodia which left her with severe burns

A Rochester teacher has been recalling the moment she suffered severe burns when a fuel tanker exploded as she travelled back to the school where she was working in Cambodia.

22-year-old Zoe Eleftheriou was riding past the petrol station with her colleague when it happened in the resort town of Siem Reap in August - killing three people and leaving 13 others badly injured.

The former Thomas Aveling school pupil suffered burns to 40% of her body and has undergone skin grafts since be able to return back to the UK in September.

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