Six injured in Garissa grenade attack
| Sep 26th 2014 | 1 min read
Garissa, Kenya: Six were injured Friday night in a grenade attack at Garissa Ndogo in Garissa Town and are admitted to hospital in a stable condition.
They are admitted to Garissa General Hospital in stable condition.
Police say the six were at an open market along Ngamia Road when men in a salon car hurled two grenades at them at about 7pm at garissa ndogo area.
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