Infamous River Enziu has been trending after it swallowed the lives of over 20 people who were trying to cross the flooded bridge. It has been confirmed that the bridge has a bad history since the year 2018 till the recent sad incident whereby the country was brought to mourning the deaths of fellow Kenyans.
In the year 2018, River Enziu bridge swept a public service motor vehicle which had passengers onboard. In this incident, four people lost their lives in the Toyota probox they were travelling in. The other incident happened in the year 2019 after a Land cruiser which was supplying medical supplies was also swept away. No person lost their lives in the incident but the medical supplies all went loss.
In the year 2020, a private saloon car was swept away together with its occupants whereby only one survived. The river bridge has recorded such sad history. This latest incident is the worst since 2018. May those who lost their lives rest in peace.
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