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Reports reaching MAK accident report desk indicate that today, 19th October 2014 several people have died in a head on accident involving a Matatu and Canter at Zion Mzambaraoni along Mombasa Malindi road.

 

6 PASSENGERS DIE IN KINUNGI ON 18th APRIL 2014

Six passengers died in a head- on collision at Kinungi involving a matatu and a truck on the Naivasha-Nairobi highway Kunungi black spot. The fatal crash occured on 18th April 2014 early morning.

Many passengers  sustained injuries and were taken to hospital.

The matatu is suspected to have moved into the path of travel of the truck.

Speed and fog are said to contributed to the cause of the crash.

 

 
 
13 MEMBERS OF ONE FAMILY DIE IN MAKUENI APRIL 05TH, 2014
Tragic accident was reported in Makueni where thirteen members of one family perished in a grisly road accident at Masii. The 14 seater matatu was ferrying a delegation that was headed to Mbooni to attend a dowry ceremony. However the trip was cut short when the reportedly speeding driver lost control of the vehicle.
 

ELEVEN PEOPLE DIED ON THURSDAY 17TH APRIL 2014 AT ELDAMA RAVINE -MAKUTANO

Eleven people died on Thursday 17th April 2014 morning in a bad head collision road crash that involved a North Rift matatu and a trailer at Elderma Ravine  Makutano junction. Only one passenger survived the high impact accident. The truck driver is suspected to have crossed into the path of travel of the van due to fatigue.

 

 

16 MORE KENYANS DIE YET AGAIN IN NANDI HILLS.

16 people died early morning on Tuesday 11th March 2014 when a matatu plunged into a valley in Nandi Hills Chepsangor area. Survivors sustained serious wounds.

The matatu a 14-seater  was coming from Eldoret, via Kapsabet destined to Kisii. In a spun of less than one week 30 persons has perished fading hopes of less accidents after the effective government night ban. Human error and road design has been blamed for the unfortunate carnage.

Police said the 14-seater matatu was ferrying passengers from Eldoret, through Kapsabet to Kisii when the accident occurred at Chepsangor shortly after 9am. “We have had a very bad accident in Nandi Hills area where ten people have died,” national traffic police chief Samuel Kimaru said on telephone. See Also: Three killed in an accident along Narok-Mai Mahiu Highway He said preliminary findings show the accidents happened because of speeding. Police however, insisted that the matatu was only carrying 14 passengers. It was not immediately clear if any of the dead were people hit by the vehicle as it went downhill. Kenya’s road safety record is one of the worst, with 3,200 people having been killed in road accidents in the country in 2013.
Read more at:  http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/thecounties/article/2000106633/15-die-as-matatu-plunges-into-valley-at-nandi-hills
 

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