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Two killed in a grisly road accident along Bondo-Usenge Road

This comes after four people were killed in another car crash along the Sondu-Kisumu Road earlier on today.

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The matatu carrying the victims reportedly rolled after it swerved off the road.

Elsewhere four people were killed along the Sondu-Kisumu Road bringing the death toll to six of those killed within the Nyanza region.

The four perished when a matatu they were travelling in lost control and veered off the road and landed in a ditch in Ngege Area.

Confirming the incident, Nyanza Traffic Commandant Andrew Naibei said the vehicle rolled several times killing three men and one woman on the spot.

Naibei said several people who had been injured in the accident were rushed to Nyabondo Mission Hospital while the bodies of the deceased were taken to the Nyakach sub-County Hospital Mortuary.

Police have launched investigations to establish the cause of the accident.

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