In the country, there are several Kenyans who are using different roads. Most of them are either motorists, boda boda riders, or motorists. Unfortunately, cases of accidents have been reported in different parts of the country, and thousands of Kenyans have lost their lives.
According to the source, new details have just emerged about another terrible accident that has been reported. As per the latest report shared by a well-known source this hour, three students have been confirmed dead after the matatu they were traveling in was involved in a terrible accident after it collided with a trailer. Further, the students died on the spot, while 14 passengers escaped with injuries. It is not clear how many people were inside the matatu during the accident. The accident occurred in the Ngata area of Nakuru.
This just came in after another accident was reported in the country some hours ago. It was revealed that the Guardian bus plunged into the river early today, and passengers who were inside escaped with minor injuries.
Let us come together and pray for all passengers who are traveling in the country, especially during this Christmas season. May the souls of the deceased continue to rest in peace.
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