Two die in Kiambaa accident as bus rolls on Mombasa Road

Two people were killed today morning and 44 others injured in two separate accidents.

In the first incident, a bus travelling to Nairobi rammed into a trailer on the Naivasha-Nairobi highway killing two people.

26 others were left injured in the accident that involved more than one vehicle.

According to Traffic Commandant Jacinta Kinyua, the trailer also rammed into another truck in the incident that occurred in Kiambaa area at about 1.30am.

“All the vehicles were travelling in the same direction towards Nairobi, when the accident happened,” she stated.

The injured were rushed to the Kikuyu Hospital with multiple injuries.

In the other accident, a bus rolled on Mombasa Road near Capital Center in Nairobi injuring dozens of people.

Rescuers said at least 18 people, including three children were seriously injured after the driver lost control of the bus forcing it to roll.

According to the St John’s Ambulance, the bus was heading to Mombasa from Nairobi when it lost control and overturned.

Casualties of the early morning incident were rushed to Kenyatta National Hospital for treatment.

Seven of those injured are in critical condition, authorities say.



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