In the country, there are several students who are learning in different schools, including private schools. Unfortunately, some of them have been confirmed dead after being involved in different accidents. It is very painful to lose a healthy child through these accidents.
According to the source, new details have just emerged about what happened to a KCPE candidate who escaped with serious injuries after she was burned in the school. As per the latest report shared by a well-known source this hour, the said student from Townview Academy revealed that they were enjoying themselves outside the classroom after they lit a bonfire. Further, one of the students pushed her into the fire, where she escaped with head injuries.
She was later rushed to Nyahururu County and Referral Hospital, where she was receiving treatment. Her parents have accused the school management of not informing them in time and also holding such ceremonies.
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