According to news hitting the air waves just now a bus full of passengers has plunged into Kisii river.
Sources indicate that the said bus which belongs to Guardian Busses was heading to Nairobi before the Ghastly accident occurred.
It is yet to be established how many people perished during the accident as the news continues to unfold.
Well, NTV has revealed that the vehicle's rare tyre was hit by a lorry before the bus rolled and plunged into the river.
This worrying development comes amid so many scary accidents that have left a huge number of kenyans dead with some left nursing lifetime injuries.
Questions have been raised as to what could be happening in our roads of late.
A huge number of these accidents have been caused by some rogue drivers who were either overspeeding or drunk driving.
Kenyans have been urged to speak up and expose all rogue drivers along the roads to prevent such horrible accidents.
Drivers have also been urged not to overspeed during this rainy season to prevent accidents.
More details in Regards to the shocking update will follow-up soon
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