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Primary Teacher Killed In Road Crashes

Primary Teacher Killed In Road Crashes.
Three people were killed in separate road accidents in Kirinyaga County, including a primary school teacher.
On Monday night, a motorcycle rider and his passenger were killed on the spot after colliding with a matatu in Kibingoti village, Ndia Constituency.
According to the police, the matatu was travelling from Sagana town to Karatina when it collided head-on with a motorcycle travelling in the opposite direction.
When the rider collided with the matatu, he was attempting to overtake another vehicle.
Police arrived shortly after the accident and took the victims’ bodies to the mortuary at Karatina Hospital, while the vehicle and motorcycle were towed to Sagana Police Station and detained for inspection.
In Kimbimbi, a car struck and killed a teacher. He was walking from Kimbimbi market to Kutus when he was hit by a car.
Witnesses said they saw the car swerve before colliding with the motorcycle-riding teacher.
Mwea East Sub-county police chief Daniel Kitavi said the teacher’s body was taken to the Mwea Mission Hospital mortuary.
He stated that investigations have been launched to determine the exact circumstances surrounding the accidents.
Wangui Ngirici, the Kirinyaga Woman Representative, expressed her concern about the increasing number of accidents and urged motorists to follow traffic laws.
“We don’t want our people to continue dying through accidents which can be avoided,“ she said.

Primary Teacher Killed In Road Crashes.

On March 21, 2022, police and residents of Kimbimbi, Kirinyaga County, gathered at the scene where a primary school teacher was hit and killed by a car. The motorcycle of the teacher was severely damaged.
Primary Teacher Killed In Road Crashes.

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