In the country, cases of building collapsing have been confirmed and some innocent people have lost their lives. As per the report circulating in social media, it has finally confirmed that, two bodies have recovered from the rubble after the building in Ruiru collapsed today.
Furthermore, the rescue team are doing a great job to rescue those who are currently trapped in the house. According to the source, new worrying details about the house that collapsed today in Kiambu has been reported, as per the report circulating in social media, the house was in bad condition and was earmarked for demolition by KeNHA.
This is very painful because the deceased who perished were collecting scraped metals when the accident occurred. The rescue team which is lead by villagers and St John's ambulance Kenya are doing anything possible to rescue more survivors who are still in the building.
May the souls of the deceased rest in peace and also the owner of the building should be arrested and interrogated.
Furthermore, remember to sanitize and follow all guidelines from the ministry of health.
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