Amiddle aged man is fighting fur his life in hospital, after fallimg from a tall tree. This happened at Ruora village in Kisii countyThe chief of Ruora location Mr. Situka Omwono, said that the victim slipped from the tree where he climbed to pick avocados. "He dropped and landed on the hard rock then broke one leg."Reported the chief. The accident stunned many villagers.
The police from Etago station were informed and rushed him to Tabaka hospital for treatment.Kisii county police chief Mr.Francis Kooli,warned adults against climbing trees because their weight could not allow them to so.
photo:Mr.Kooli(in police uniform)
hospital chief officer Mr.Alloys Odhiambo,said he will recover because he was responding well to the drugs.Followimg the accident ,the wife of the affected man has appealed for financial assistance to treat the husband.photo:The flooded River Gucha.
The accident comes barely two days after a woman was rescued from drowning at river Gucha in the county.The woman was trying to cross the river after heavy rain when she was almost swept by the heavy curents.Men who we coming from the market,saw her drowning then rushed there for the e rescue.
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