A renowned blogger broke the Internet after he shared photos of a man that allegedly fell into a six feet hole that had been dug on the side of the road.
The incident which happened on Saturday around Precious Blood Riruta almost claimed the life of one Mr Stone as he is commonly known.
The deep hole was on the pedestrian pathway and there was no clear marking to alert the poor man of the huge danger he was jogging into.
Sadly two passerby's saw him falls into the pit but did not bother to pull him out and the man struggled for some time before getting out of the pit.
He suffered a swollen leg which was instantaneous, upon climbing out with mych pain on his knee and abdomen he proceeded home abandoning the day's exercise.
Little did he know that death was staring him in the face when he began experiencing secures and even fainted twice before he was rushed to hospital.
The doctors at the Nairobi Hospital acted swiftly after running a CT scan on him it was discovered that Stone had experienced internal bleeding.
An operation had to be done on him as fast as possible to save the man from daying, sources informed that his spleen had ruptured missing the liver just by inches.
Many have blamed the Nairobi Metropolitan service (NMS) for this accident which almost killed a man sighting negligence on the part of the service.
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