NTV on facebook and twitter have shared information that an Ambulance belonging to the Kenya Red Cross has been involved in an accident.According to NTv the driver was reportedly drunk and was taking patients to Kabarnet hospital for Referral.
This is what NTV posted on twitter,
"Ambulance belonging to the Kenya Red Cross has been involved in an accident.The driver was reportedly drunk and was taking patients to Kabarnet hospital for referral. #NTVWeekendEdition @OBurrows https://t.co/qCuu7q49Ob."
A fan replied to NTV on Facebook saying,"I saw this vehicle and I asked a Lady if the driver was drunk, she told me that an ambulance drivers don't take liquor. Now its confirmed that the driver was drunk. How can you ferry sick patients when you're drunk? This guy should be charged and prosecuted and also his license be revoked."
Another fan replied saying,"Red Cross Driver drunk, police on road blocks drunk, doctors drunk, the patient being taken to hospital drunk, and that's Kenya."
Another fan replied saying,"That driver I a close relative to someone in top leadership. Am telling you time is coming there will be no kenya anymore. Now those patients were safer to be home than getting murdered by the drunk goon!!"
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