David Rudisha involved in grisly road accident

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World 800 meters Record Holder David Rudisha was on Sunday morning involved in a road accident in Nyansiongo area, in Nyamira County.

Confirming the incident, Keroka Police boss Walter Abondo said that Rudisha was driving towards Kilgoris, when his car was hit from behind by a Public Service Vehicle (PSV).

He also confirmed that the 800 meters record holder sustained minor injuries from the early morning accident.

Other reports said that David Rudisha was rushed to Keroka Sub-County hospital where doctors examined him, before he was discharged

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