Tears of sorrow as Couple dies instantly after being knocked by a motorists who fled after causing the accident.
The couple of Ugandan origin,lost their lives after a motorcycle their were using as a means of transport were knocked by a vehicle which was being driven at a high speed.
According to the source of information,the unidentified man and woman were traveling in accompany of their 12 year old daughter when they were knocked by a overspending Vehicle.
The man and woman died on the spot,but the minor was lucky to excape death ,but with serious injuries which landed her to hospital bed.
According an eye witness,the trio were knocked by a speeding vehicle,whose owner fled the scene after the incident.
“The speeding dark blue vehicle was overtaking a truck and ended up ramming into the couple which was riding on a motorcycle"said the eye witness.
I call upon motorists and road users,to be very careful band avoid overspending which has been the mojor cause of road accident.
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