A story of a young lady from Soko Mjinga, Kagio has been trending on social media platforms as well as on YouTube after a tragic even happened, that saw them lose at least 5 members of their family at the same time.
The story was covered by Jeremy Damaris, who visited the home and interviewed them after he learnt of another tragic incident involving one of the members of the family who lost her legs after she was run over by a train.
Margret Wanjiku, was lured by her friends to go for an adventure to Naivasha. On their journey, it rained heavily and they sort for shelter in unfinished building. While sheltering themselves from the rain, a train passed by and one of them floated an idea if hanging on the train for a lift.
Since Margret had never seen a train, she feared going near it, and when one of her friends saw that she was not hanging on the moving train, she pushed her into the moving train, and one of her shoe races was caught by the wheels where it got trapped. The train dragged her along, and crushed her limbs, before it stopped.
A car that was contacted to come and take her to hospital got stuck along the way, and therefore she spent two hours in her state before she finally found help. Afterwards, she was taken to Kijabe hospital, where she always treated for over 6 months. At the moment, she is at home, but she lost both of her limbs.
To get the whole story, click on the link; https://youtu.be/wGa9szrcB1s
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