Citizens of Nalikwanda constituency have been left in a sombre mood after several people lost their lives in a tragic toad accident.
According to information shared on Facebook, the incident happened on Wednesday morning. It was reported that teachers were heading from Mongu District education board secretary's office to pick computers for their school. Along the way, the offered free ride to community members who were also coming from Mongu. Unfortunately, the vehicle they were using failed to cross an incomplete bridge along Luyi river in Nalikwanda constituency.
The deceased have been identified as Liande secondary school head teacher Mr Mundia Matakala, Matomola Simunji community members, businessman Bigie and and another woman. The survivors were three children and Liande secondary school teacher Mr Mubiana.
The survivors were rushed to nearest medical centers while the deceased bodies were taken at Lewanika General Hospital Mortuary.
Screenshots of the post on Facebook
Photos taken at the scene
Rest in peace to the departed souls. Quick recovery to those who sustained injuries.
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