Early Morning Tears After A Police Vehicle Carrying 6 officers is Involved in A Nasty Road Accident
By lemmymbelle | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 36354 views
The police fraternity has woken up to sad news after six of their colleagues were involved in a horrible road accident that involved their police vehicle. According to an OB report, the said vehicle had been Ferrying officers from Tarbaj heading to Wajir town.
The accident happened in the Rafley area along the Tarbaj/Wajir highway. According to the report, the Vehicle lost direction and rolled several times before it landed on its wheels.
All the six officers were badly injured with two suffering double leg and arm fractures. Two sustained major head injuries and are still unconscious. The scene was assessed by the area OCS with the car wreckage taken to the Wajir station.
The incident joins the list of other major accidents involving police vehicles. It's no longer a secret that the police need to practice safer driving in a bid to protect officers.
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