A couple fighting in the car in the past. Courtesy Photo used for illustration purposes only
A lady has passed away this Sunday morning after a deadly car accident that happened along the busy Nyeri-Nanyuki road.
The lady was sitting on the front seat with the driver of a private car when an argument ensued between her and the driver of the car.
The angry lady is said to have grabbed the steering wheel when the argument got of control, leading to a deadly accident that claimed her life on the spot as the driver escaped unhurt.
According to a police report filed at Nanyuki Police Station and shared on social media, a man by the name of Muhamud Muhumin Mwanzi was driving a private car of make, Mazda Demio registration number KCK 596K that had two other occupants, all-female, namely Jackline Wairimu and Charity Mwangi.
Wairimu (26) was sitting at the front seat with the driver before an argument emerged that led to the accident. She died after the accident, while the driver and the other lady survived.
"As a result, the vehicle lost control and landed on its left side off the right side of the road. Due to the impact, the Said lady (JACKLINE WAIRIMU NYOKABI) died on the spot while the driver and the other occupant escaped unhurt," read the police report in part.
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