The bodaboda involved in the accident(source. facebook/musyifm)
A 37 year old man died after a grisly accident along Machakos-Wote road.
He said that the man was riding his motorbike from Mukuyuni catholic church and while approaching the main road he was hit by a personal car.
According to the chief, the vehicle was heading in the opposite direction.
The man sustained serious injuries where he was rushed to Mukuyuni hospital for medical attention.
"He is a bodaboda rider who was hit by a personal car, his motorbike was damaged but he lost his life. The incident happened just a few meters from the catholic church in Mukuyuni. The guy was coming from the street leading to the church while the vehicle was heading from Machakos and while the driver diverted to head to the church he knocked down the guy," said the chief.
"He was rushed to the hospital but died as doctors were treating him," he added.
However, he lost his life while receiving treatment and his body has been moved to the same hospital mortuary.
Investigations into the incident have begun.
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