A matatu that was on it's way to Tala market from Nairobi via kangundo Road carrying some passengers, has left some in tears as it caused a big accident with a car. The driver was on high speed when he noticed there was a a car which was approaching.
Because of that tension the driver decided to evade the approaching car where he dashed into a ditch, where the matatu rolled down injuring some passengers. The passengers were shouting for the help, where the boda bodas people rushed to help those who were in the matatu.
Villagers and the pedestrians who were on their way, also rushed to give the passengers who were injured first aid before the arrival of the ambulance that came to rush them to the hospital for further treatment. Those who were injured were rushed to kangundo hospital.
Also the vehicle was highly damaged since it rolled into the ditch. No one died on the spot as we observed, but they were highly injured since some got bleeding wounds. The matatu has been taken to nearby petrol station before the owner decides on his way forward.
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