A few days ago, there was a deadly accident at a bridge in Kaburengu that claimed the lives of several people. The accident happened in the middle of the day when two trucks collided with several cars that exploded into Flames.
About five people burnt in one of the car wrecks on that day as their car burst into flames. They could not be saved as the car was in flames immediately the accident happened.
We have just received a new report that the five that perished in the vehicle were from the same family. It's alleged that they were headed to a dowry ceremony in Sikhendu found in Trans Nzoia when they perished.
The bridge is said to be a black spot as it has claimed several lives including these latest victims. The two families of the five that perished are now in morning as they prepare for funerals instead of a wedding.
Motorists are always urged to be extra careful on the highways to avoid some of the accidents witnessed. This would lead to reduced loss of lives on the roads.
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