A village in Kisii is mourning after the untimely demise of two family members.
Reports indicate that the young man who lived abroad was involved in a horrifying road accident and died on the spot.
In a report from abroad, a Jersey City man died in an overnight crash on Route 78 in Bridgewater early Tuesday morning.
Davis M. Gwaro was heading east when he struck the left metal guardrail, then the right one around 1:05 a.m., New Jersey State Police Trooper Charles Marchan said.
He then struck a metal fence and a tree, and was subsequently pronounced dead, Marchan said.
The shocking incident has left many in tears wishing the family comfort during these trying times.
A huge number of Netizens have expressed their shock and deepest condolences to the family.
Onditu... Painful painful..... Eternal rest grant to them O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon them... Their souls rest in eternal peace AMEN
Onchari... So Painful gakiiii....parental love.....pengine huyu boy ndoo alikua ana provide...I feel it_____Sad indeed.
Naomi... So sad let their souls rest in eternal peace.
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