The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Four Die in Separate Accidents

Ten people lost their lives in road accidents despite the enforcement of new traffic rules. ( Resource: Ten Die In Road Accident In Kenya

Four people have died this morning in two separate road accidents in Kisii and Nakuru. In Kisii, three passengers died and 17 others were seriously injured after the vehicle they were traveling in lost control and rolled several times along Keroka-Kisii highway.

The fourth one died in a head-on collision on Nakuru-Naivasha highway.

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