|Photo Courtesy Of River Mwache, Kwale|
As various parts of our country, Kenya continues to experience heavy rainfall, it is reported that 3 Children have now went missing and onother one set to be rescued after they were swept away while crossing River Mwache in Kinango, Kwale County.
The fourth one is said to be hanging on a string after he managed to hold onto a stone inside a river as he tried to escape. The residents of Kinango are now asking the relevant authorities to assist them in searching for the three and rescuing the other one who is already trapped into the river.
This accident comes a time when the River Enziu Bus tragedy is still fresh in our minds. At least 32 people lost their life's and several injured.
Kenyan's have again been urged to be careful especially at these time when many rivers have flooded.
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