A grade 2 pupil has allegedly died on the sport after being hit by a speeding fargo courier along Kitui-Machakos road.
The accident is said to have occurred when the pupil was crossing the road while heading to school, only to be hit by car.
In the photo shared online, the body of the deceased was still lying in the middle of the road. It is still not clear but police officers are yet to arrive at the scene.
The accident comes barely hours after the Kenya Medical Training College(KMTC) Kakemega principal was pronounced dead following a grisly road accident at Mai Mahiu road.
He was in the accompany of friend when the accident occurred. The friend, according to various sources, died on the spot while he breathed his last while receiving treatment at a hospital.
Over the past days, road accidents have increasing with every passing seconds. From reckless driving, drinking under influence of alcohol, speeding to overlapping, human errors have been identified as the leading causes of road accidents in the world today.
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