The accident that occurred at Ol Donyo Sambu, 25 kilometres to Arusha from the Namanga border crossing reportedly claimed the lives of between four and eight Kenyans. Witnesses said the cars crashed into each other before ploughing into a crowd of spectators.
Kenyans Who Died in Arusha Were Part of Elite Street Racers
Nation, 23 April 2019
The Kenyans who died in the road accident in Arusha were a part of a group of elite street racers with a thirst for speed, perhaps inspired by the Hollywood blockbuster movie, Fast… Read more »
Wreckages of vehicles that crashed during a car racing competition between Kenyans and Tanzanians in Namanga, Tanzania, on April 21, 2019.
Bodies of 3 Kenyans Who Died in Arusha Car Racing Accident Brought Back
Capital FM, 23 April 2019
The bodies of the three Kenyans who died in a car racing accident in Arusha have been airlifted back to the country. Read more »
Easter Car Racing Event Turns Tragic, As Several Perish
Nairobi News, 22 April 2019
At least eight people are feared dead and several others injured in a gruesome road accident which happened on Sunday evening at Oldonyosambu area on the Arusha-Namanga road in… Read more »
Easter Car Racing Turns Tragic as Several Killed
Nation, 21 April 2019
An unconfirmed number of Kenyans died Sunday evening in an Easter car racing accident near the Tanzanian town of Arusha. Read more »
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