Pedestrian killed by speeding Matatu in Bomet
SEE ALSO :Chief perishes in road accidentDisaster Management officer Stanley Mutai said their attempts to save the life of the pedestrian were futile due to the impact of the accident. “The Matatu hit him and run over him injuring him badly. We could do nothing to save his life,” Mutai said. Residents living near the scene said there was need for bumps to be erected in the area. “We are in danger of being hit by speeding vehicles and the only way to avert such accidents, the government should erect bumps in the area,” said Elizabet Ruto a resident. Threatening to take it upon themselves, they gave the government a week to erect bumps warning that if their calls go unanswered, they will erect artificial bumps in the area.
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