Kenyans have been left reacting and in a sombre mood after a fatal accident was reported at Nithi Bridge. The photo of a Miraa Driver Who Lost his life as a result of the accident has also been shared on Facebook.
A video showing how Kenyans were rescuing those involved in the accident attracted attention of many. They requested Kenya Red Cross Society and St John Ambulance Kenya to teach Kenyans on how to rescue victims of road crash.
Photo of the driver who died as a result of the accident had been shared on Facebook by Mwenda Mbui Ntonja. He captioned his post "Dance with angels Mwenda Kabisi. Miraa industry hardly hit by this terrible Road accident at Nithi Bridge. Condolences to the family. We shall overcome."
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Photo of Kabisi
Netizens have penned down rest in peace messages to the departed soul Mwenda Kabisi. They also sent condolences messages to the bereaved.
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Let us all observe road safety measures and regulations. Remember, accidents are unpredictable but we can sometimes Prevent or control them.
Rest in peace Kabisi. Condolences to the bereaved.
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