A number of people who were enjoying themselves at Camp Carnellys in Naivasha, Nakuru county are counting losses after their vacation was short-lived when a number of trees fell on their cars following a heavy downpour that was ecperienced on sunday night. According to reports, the majority of people affected by the misfortune were having fun on the 5-day holiday that was publicly declared by the interior Cs Fred Matiangi.
Heavy rains and strong winds being witnessed in different parts of the country has caused huge damages to properties leaving people counting loses. Yesterday afternoon some people who had gone to Camp Carnellys in Naivasha to enjoy their weekend were left counting loses after tress fell on their vehicles.
In this global we live it's by lucky and we always pray our God for protection. Many people die in different occasions involving accidents of different categories either road, water, air crash and also man slaughter cases. Among this accidents, road accidents are common and more since many people afford using roads to get to work or do their business.
The rainy season is full of several losses especially to posh vehicle owners who love travelling a lot. A photo of the high end vehicles smashed by the trees at Camp Carnellys, Naivasha (Photo Courtesy: Facebook) Two owners of a range rover and TX Prado are counting heavy losses after their posh vehicles were smashed by trees at Camp Carnellys in Naivasha, Nakuru County.
Nothing Makes Kenyans feel good than having a holiday or having a weekend. Thus during the special fays for workers to take their rest, most people tend to go to prominent areas like game reserves, beach or even hykes. Naivasha is know to be one of the Kenya's tourist attraction areas but today was a different messy day for those who had visited Naivasha.