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Multiple Die as Majority Leader Involved in Fatal Car Accident [PHOTOS]

Three people have so far been confirmed dead on Sunday after a fatal crash at the Marura blaskspot along the Nairobi-Nakuru highway.

The collision involved two buses, a Nissan matatu and two personal cars.

Two drivers from the personal cars died on the spot while the third victim passed on while undergoing treatment at Naivasha sub-county hospital.

Laikipia County Assembly Majority Leader Peter Thomi was injured during the crash. His driver perished on the spot.

Thomi suffered a fracture in his leg among other minor injuries. All the injured were rushed to hospital by Good Samaritans.

According to a witness Bernard Karani, one of the buses was overtaking carelessly when the disaster struck.

Here are some photos of the unfortunate accident(Courtesy) ;

Laikipia county assembly majority leader Peter Thomi at Nairobi hospital (COURTESY)


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