Four people were killed and six others injured after a 14-seater matatu they were
The passengers were heading to Narok town from Bomet when the crash happened Sunday morning.
Four feared dead in a grisy road accident in Katakala Bomet Narok county. 10 others suffered injuries pic.twitter.com/fsZFk7QsB0— Newsline.co.ke (@NewslineK) April 7, 2019
Confirming the incident, Narok County Police Commander Yunis Adan said the four died on the spot after the landcruiser, which was headed towards Tanzania from Narok, rammed into the matatu – from Super Premium Sacco – which was heading to Nairobi to Ololulunga.
Witnesses who spoke to reporters said the matatu was tossed at least 200 meters off the road after the collision.
Those injured – including the matatu driver – were taken to the Narok County Referral Hospital while bodies of the deceased were transferred to the same hospital’s mortuary.
Several others were injured and taken to local hospitals in Kitui County.
@ntsa_kenya @Ma3Route Kibwezi Kitui road. We have a big problem. Overspeeding and overloading is the order of the day.and the road is under construction. Today there was a fatal accident which has taken away innocent lives. Car seats ata hazina seat belts. Intervene kindly— Empwesskaelynn (@empwesskaelynn) April 7, 2019
According to Fidel Ndolo, who was in the entourage, when the accident occurred, the passengers, are church members, who were traveling from Kayole, Nairobi to attend a dowry ceremony in