Kenyans woke up this morning to horrific news of the death of nine people along Nakuru-Nairobi highway near St.Mary's Hospital. According to information, the 14-seater public service vehicle belonging to Mololine services collided with a trailer claiming 9 lives of the occupants of the Matatu and scores injured.
The accident occured at 5 am on Friday morning. It is reported that 9 people lost their lives while two survivers were rushed to St. Mary's Hospital. Reports from Citizen Digital also confirm that Gilgil Sub-county police commander John Onditi confirmed the unlikely news. Further information claim that the trailer was over taking when the collission occured.
Eight people died on the spot while another succumed to injuries while recieving treatment at St. Mary's Hospital.The area is prone to accidents, just a few kilometres from today's accident is Kikopey area where in 2019, a lot of lives were claimed after a truck rammed other vehicles after losing control. The driver of a matatu and a budding artist who had just completed her high school and ten others lost their lives. May the departed souls rest in peace!
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