A Standard Three Pupil From Cheptenye Primary Gets Injured In A Deadly Accident Near Sosiot Center
By TheOakNews | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 3535 views
Sheila Chepchumba, a standard three pupil at Cheptenye primary school was yesterday night hit by an over speeding vehicle at a place called 'Lam Juu' near Sosiot center.
The witnesses reported that the nine year old girl was trying to cross the road when all over sudden the vehicle came and hit her.
The student was then rushed to Sosiot hospital for immediate treatment, after the witnesses administered first aid to her in order to avoid excessive bleeding.
The residents of the area said that they need some bumps to be erected along the road, and even a zebra crossing for the young school going children.
They further complained of the continued wreckless driving of the vehicles and bodaboda operators that pass through the Kapsoit to Sosiot road.
To avoid further accident, the good Samaritan youths in the area sort to make some bumps using woodash, and at the same time alerting the vehicles that were almost approaching the spot where they made the bumps.
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