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Kenyatta University students die on their way from an all-white party

Sources revealed that there were seven girls involved in the accident but only one survived as they made their way back to their homes after attending a friend’s graduation party. See photos below...

The incident occurred on the Kisii-Kilgoris road at Etora trading centre and eight people have been confirmed dead.

There were seven girls involved in the accident but only one survived(the lady on brown boots) as they made their way back to their homes after attending a friend’s graduation party.

A lorry collided with two cars including theirs. From the collusion, only three people survived and were rushed to Kisii Level Five hospital with serious injuries.

Their destination was believed to be Nairobi but little is known where they were coming from. They were all female with a male driver who also perished.

The accident involved three vehicles according to Kisii Central Base Commander Francis Kithinji.

Kithinji says the seven-seater car in which the girls were travelling in was trying to overtake a mini-truck when it collided with an oncoming saloon car that was heading towards Kisii town.

He says the truck also smashed the rear of the seven-seater completely destroying it.

All the occupants in the seven-seater perished except one girl.

Two other people, one from the mini-truck and one from the saloon car also died while undergoing treatment at the Kisii Hospital.

Kithinji says only three people survived the nasty accident but with serious injuries.

They are undergoing treatment at the Kisii Hospital.

 

Culled from Capital fm 

 

 

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