The country has in the past few weeks been called into attention on the state of the main infrastructure which many people use and particularly bridges.
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A few days ago, a bus full of passengers was swept away in Kitui County in what could have been avoided if only there was a properly constructed and functioning bridge at the place.
This afternoon, reports on our desks is that three children have been swept away while attempting to cross a bridge in Kwale County.
It's alleged that the three children are now missing and are presumed dead given the level of waters in the river that they were crossing.
Another kid is said to be rescued after being swept by the same river earlier on while attempting to cross the ill fated bridge.
The Kwale County administration has been called into task to ensure that a proper bridge is set up there.
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