vehicles Colluide in Migori accident

vehicles Colluide in Migori accident

On Wednesday, an accident in Migori involved four automobiles.

 

Before it plowed into cars and pedestrians, a truck that had been traveling from the Kakrao area to Migori town had lost control of its breaks.

 

Observers claimed that the vehicle was sand-loaded.

As 11 people are in serious condition, Migori County Police Chief Mark Wanjala reported that one person died en route to the hospital.

 

He continued by saying that the second patient passed away while seeking care at Migori Referral Hospital.

 

“The injuries were serious, but I can’t tell the nature,” he said.

 

“While others are in the hospital, we lost one. The injured have been taken urgently to the hospital.

 

Elizabeth Wakuloba, the police commander for Suna West Sub-County, stated that they are currently gathering information on further fatalities from neighboring hospitals.

 

“At Migori Referral Hospital, we have so far only confirmed one death. Police have started an investigation as we are on the scene, according to Wakuloba.

She said they are also compiling data from other health facilities.

In the same location on April 8, a truck driver lost control and plowed into motorcycles and cars, resulting in at least six fatalities.

vehicles Colluide in Migori accident

At around seven in the morning, an accident occurred when a speeding truck plowed into parked motorcycles and cars.

Witness Veronica Auma claimed the motorist lost control and struck pedestrians, including fruit merchants. Imegonga Mama Na Mtoto Wa Highschool Kando Ya Barbara: “This truck started hitting people from Banana. He was trying to avoid hitting anyone when he deviated and killed three fruit vendors inside the Faulu bank, according to Auma.

Confirming the incident, by Migori county commander Mark Wanjala said one died on the way to the hospital as 11 are in critical condition. “So far, we have one dead as 11 in critical condition, but rescue operations still under way, will give more updates,” Wanjala said.

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