A 39 year-old-man from Kitui Narrates his encounter with a black mamba snake who bit him while he was driving his car.
David Musyoka has said that the snake came from the sky and supposedly, it fell from the talons of an eagle.
He explained that he was driving when he heard something hit the roof of his car. He then slowed down to check what it could be.
He says that he was shocked to see a big snake on his car and before he could react it had bitten my hand.
Musyoka said, “I got out of the car with the snake still clinging onto my arm and passersby came to my rescue and killed the snake.
He then says that something more strange the followed. Before the dead snake could be set a blazer, the eagle that was carrying the it came down to pick it
Imediately after the bite, he say he started experiencing blurred vision before he was rushed to Mwingi Level IV Hospital where he was treated and discharged.
Musyoka now admits that it is something he has never seen in his life and is greatful to God for sparing his life.
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