A Primary Teacher Survives A Fatal Motorbike Crash In Bondo(Ramogi FM)
By Wesleyhubb | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 1 views
Isaac Okeyo Oulo, a teacher from Uloma Primary survived a fatal motorbike crash.
The crash was between two motorbike. One of the Motorbike owner was teacher Isaac while the other was of a Bodaboda man. The Bodaboda man had a passenger. The accident occurred in Bar Konyongo junction along Bondo-Usenge Highway, Siaya County.
The Bodaboda man dead instantly at the scene. His body has been taken to Bondo Mortuary. The teacher and the other passengers have been admitted to Bondo Hospital. The other passenger is seriously injured. The Bodaboda man and the passenger identity hasn't been unfolded.
According to police commander Roseline Cheboso, their latest investigations results shows that the two motorbikes collided. Commander Roseline also thinks one of the Motorbike owners was at a high speed.
Commander Roseline Cheboso also wants drivers to be serious when approaching road Junctions.Share with us your thoughts in the comment section. I will also get back to you with more regional crime and society news.
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