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Several People Survive Isinya Freak Road Accident

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All the passengers traveling in this car survived after the vehicle burst its tyre on the Isinya/Kajiado highway last week on Thursday.

Soon after the accident occurred around 10 am, other motorists stopped at the scene and aided the injured in taking them to hospital.

Accident aftermath on Isinya – Kajiado highway.

KNU arrived at the scene after the accident had occurred, and out of confusion, there was no information it could obtain.

Local police traffic says the stretch between Ken chick and Isinya town is a known black spot for cars, and caution drivers to be more careful on the part of the road.

Tragedy on Isinya-Kajiado road after saloon car burst its tyre and lost control.

We could not immediately establish how many passengers, including the driver, were in the car registration number KCA 677N at the time of the accident.

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