Two Kids Burnt Behind Recognition By Petrol In Homabay County (Ramogi FM)
By Wesleyhubb | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 0 views
Tradegdy in Homabay county has two kids of age one and two years burnt to death after a fire outbreak incident.
The scene of crime is around Kaksingra Central location. According to the area residence, the two kids belong to two different parents. One is of the neighbors while the other of the scene's house.
According to the police, the fire was caused by a petrol that happened to be in the house. The police confirmed these after the area residence reports that the Mom was putting on the jiko. Apparently, the police have also confirmed that the petrol belonged to the Mom's husband who is a fisherman.
The Mom was only burnt on her legs. She is currently admitted to Sindo Hospital. The kids have been admitted to Sindo Mortuary. The police are also on with their investigations.
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