4 dead in grisly accident

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Reports reaching Pulselive.co.ke said that the 4 lost their lives after the driver of a water boozer lost control and veered off the road.

This comes barely three weeks after 56 people lost their lives after a horrific bus crash at Fort Ternan on the Londiani-Muhuroni Road.

The Western Express bus was ferrying passengers from Nairobi to Kakamega when it veered off the road while going down a slope, it then rammed into a rail guard then fell into a valley killing the 56.

The bus was reported to have had worn out brake pads and the driver of the bus had complained to the owner who refused to replace them, and instead chose change the driver.

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