A Three-Year-Old Kid Plus Three Passengers Pronounced Dead After a Nasty Accident
By Wesleyhubb | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 6 views
A three year old kid plus three other passengers have been pronounced dead after a fatal road accident. The three passengers are a man and two women, these is as to Ramogi FM latest news.
The scene of crime is along Bondo-Ndori Highway in Ndori location, Siaya County. The accident was as a result of a collision from a Matatu and a lorry. These is when the lorry was on its way to Bondo while the Matatu was moving towards Ndori.
According to Bondo police officers together with the traffic police, they already have the all situation under control. The police also confirmed that the passengers past on during the scene. All the victims of the accidents have been admitted to Bondo Referral Hospital.
Otherwise share with us your thoughts in the comment section. I will also get back to you with more regional crime and society news. According to me, traffic police together with drivers should enhance their road activeness to avoid search accidents.
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