From the emerging reports this morning it is indicated that Kenya Wildlife Community have been thrown into a deep mourning again this comes after they lost an elephant to accident.
From the report about the same it is indicated that the elephant was hitted by a car after which it died on the spot giving it no chance to remain a live again.
The elephant seem to have had occupied some parts of the road which was being used by vehicles after which a speeding vehicle run over it hitting it to death.
The accident is reported to have had occurred at Manyani where we have just lost another elephant which might be a very huge lose to the wildlife community.
From the short report about this it is not yet out the condition of the driver as more details are yet to be revealed about the driver condition after getting involved in the accident.
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