Monday 12 December 2016

Kenyan Man In The UK Hit Hard As Naivasha Accident Claims His Two Daughters And A Brother

A Kenyan man living in the UK has lost two of his daughters to the Naivasha truck fire accident that occurred in the wee hours of Sunday morning.
Daniel Kimani also lost his brother who was the driver of the vehicle they were travelling in. The car had five occupants including Kimani’s wife and one other daughter.
Kimani’s wife and his other 25 year old daughter however survived the accident with severe burns and fractures and are undergoing treatment at Avenue Hospital. His deceased teen daughters were 16yr and 18yrs old
The family was travelling from Naivasha to Nairobi and were scheduled to return to the UK.

Kimani’s younger brother was newly married after having tied the knot last year.
The number of people who died on Saturday evening when the truck carrying inflammable substances is estimated to be abot 40. The truck rammed into several vehicles before bursting into flames near Karai on the Nairobi-Naivasha Highway.
Witnesses at the scene said the driver of the tanker lost control and hit the other vehicle which created chain of knocks.
The accident on the busy highway, some 80 kilometres west of Nairobi created a horrible scene.
The wife and one daughter are in hospital. Those who perished at the accident where the family of five had gone for dowry ceremony include Mr. Kimani’s younger brother who married last year and his two daughters 16 and 18 years.
The wife and one daughter survived and they are in hospital. Mr. Kimani is leaving for Kenya on Tuesday 13th December, 2016 and the community have decided to help and pray for him during this difficult time.

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