18 people have lost their lives after a bus ferrying passengers to a wedding plunged into Enziu River in Mwingi.
Christmas season is classified with many festivies to usher in the season and weddings are common during this times. Today, a River in Mwingi has claimed the lives of 18 people who were travelling to attend a wedding in the County.
In the video shared by PulseliveKenya, a bus belonging to St. Joseph Seminary- Mwingi can be seen crossing a river which from the look of things seems to have a lots of water. The residents from the area can also be seen giving some directions to the driver who then decides to take the dangerous risk. After a few minutes, it falls into the waters and slowly submerges into the river and people are heard screaming from both inside and outside.
The video has illicited mixed reactions from netizens with most of them blaming the driver of his ignorance. While others are of the idea that, the travellers could have walked instead of taking the risk. Here are some of the reactions:
Condolences to the deceased families. May their souls Rest in Peace.
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