Car involved in the Nyeri students road Accident incident (I/C).
According to a report published by the Murang'a newspaper on their facebook account, twelve high school students of Mangutu secondary school in Karatina Nyeri are currently receiving treatment at the counties level five hospital.
The students who were heading home for the midterm breaks given to all schools by the education cabinet minister Magoha for involved in a grisly accident. On a confermation made by the Mathira East OCPD James Baraza, the driver of the Toyota sienta they were inn, the vehicle lost control suddenly and rolled over several time leading to their injuries. No death case has been confermed.
The police have promised to do a thorough investigation and gone ahead to urge drivers to be careful on the roads, do thorough check ups on their vehicles and avoid over speeding mostly now when schools are on break and many people are travelling.
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