In the country, there are many means of transport. Many people normally use road transport because it is cheaper and some how fast compared to air transportation. Unfortunately, some cases of accidents have been reported in different parts of the country and hundreds of Kenyans have lost their lives.
According to the source, new details have just emerged about what has just happened to an aircraft that was heading to Masai Mara. As per the latest report share by Citizen Digital, it has been revealed that, an aircraft has crushed in Njoro Nakuru County. Fortunately, three occupants escaped from the aircraft with some injuries. Furthermore, police in the region have launched investigation to determine what really caused the accident. The aircraft was ferrying tourist when it crashed This just come in after cases of aircraft crushing in different parts of the world have been reported. Some causes of these accidents includes mechanical issues or poor weather
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