Mombasa County residents today were thrown into panic and fear after a deadly scene was witnessed in the Coast based city. The incident which happened at the break of dawn led to the mowing of 2 people and another who escaped with serious injuries.
According to a post on Facebook by 'Motorists Association of Kenya', the incident happened along the busy Changamwe roundabout towards the break of early dawn when the vehicle was shot at while in motion. Eyewitnesses alleged that over 20 bullets were sprayed at the car leading to the death of 2 people who were on the front seats of the vehicle and serious injuries to another victim at the back of the car. Nairobi top cop Hesy Wa Dandora and his counterpart Saigonpunisher James were astonished at the scene of the shooting incident.
Good Samaritans rushed the injured to Coast General Hospital where he was taken for emergency treatment while the 2 were taken to the mortuary by police. The car was riddled with bullets leading to fears that insecurity could be creeping back to the tourist dependent city.
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