Officers standing outside a police station-Courtesy
Police have confirmed a bizarre case where a woman collapsed and passed on while reporting a case to the police.
The woman who has since been identified as Consolata Mutua had frogmarched her 19-year-old daughter to the station locatedted in Makueni County and painfully narrated how the daughter had tormented her by not going home during school holidays.
Officers at a past crime scene/Courtesy
The desperate mother wanted the police officers to intervene and rectify her daughter for her ill character of not going home during holidays.
Unfortunately, the mother did not live to witness as police officers deal with her daughter, she collapsed while narrative the whole story to the officers.
DCI stated that she become emotionally overwhelmed while narrating the story before she collapsed.
Officers at the station tried to save her life by rushing her to the hospital, but unfortunately, she did not make it, she passed on while receiving treatment.
"Police officers and a well-wisher tried to administer first aid and resuscitate her to no avail. They rushed her to Kilungu Sub-county hospital where, unfortunately, she passed away while undergoing treatment," DCI noted.
The detectives have since urged students to obey their parents.
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