Three county marshals from nakuru county are still in hospital after they were involved in a road accident .
The accident happened when the county officials asked a driver to give ksh.1000 as parking fee.The driver refused and the officers asked him to drive to nakuru town.
However, the driver started the engine and took off towards Nairobi angering the county officials .One of the said officials took over from the driver,,accelerated the engine causing it to hit a bump and the vehicle overturned .
The co- drivers from Nakuru county have condemned the incident,says it was unlawful and adds that the officials were not supposed to be at work since it was on a Sunday.They have also said that the officials were not in their work attires.
Deputy County Commander Fanton Anaro confirmed the incident. He said that the injured officials were taken to Nairobi Women hospital and are in stable condition.He said the incidence will be investigated further.
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