Laikipia residents have a reason to shed tears this evening as boda boda ferring two passengers, have caused a tragic accident. It was a head collision between a motorcycle and a saloon car where the motorcyclists was chopped his two legs.
On the other side of the passengers, they were both badly injured since some had protruding bones. They were broken their legs and hands too. The driver of the car passed through the windscreen where his clothes were toned. Residents who were around just heard the voice of a man who was calling for the help.
They rushed to help those passengers since they seemed to have a excessive bleeding on their body.one of the passenger is a worker to the county government of Nyeri who is also a resident of ishuga village where the accident has occurred.
The residents tried their level best to give those passengers and driver first aid, before the arrival of the ambulance that was called by one of the residents. They helped them to prevent excessive bleeding, where they were rushed to hospital for further treatment.
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