A motorcycle accident scene. Photo courtesy of Internet.
A 40 years old man has died in Konoin sub county at Chebangang location after a motorcycle he was riding was involved in a fatal road accident.
Mr Robert Kiptoo Langat Kipsigis male adult was riding the motorcycle from Kapset general direction towards Chebang'ang.
On reaching at the location of the accident, it is alleged that he knocked a donkey that was on the road whereby he lost control of his motorcycle.
He felt down and a result of the accident, the rider sustained serious head injury and rushed to AIC Litein Mission hospital for treatment whereby he was pronounced dead on arrival.
The body of the deceased was placed at the same hospital mortuary awaiting postmortem examination.
The motorcycle was removed from the scene the scene of the accident and taken to Kimulot police station yard awaiting inspection.
Cases of motorcycles accidents in Konoin sub county are on the increase.
Last month a man who was riding a motorcycle hit a cow in It are forest area and four days later succumbed to injuries while being treated at the hospital.
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