The tragic road accident at Karai on the Nairobi-Nakuru highway involving more than 12 vehicles claimed nearly 40 lives. It all started when a Ugandan-registered light truck, which was carrying yet-to-be-identified flammable substances, exploded. The truck driver lost control of the vehicle after hitting a bump, crashed into vehicles heading to Nairobi.
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Kimani’s brother, David Kamau, was driving the four to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, where they were to board a UK-bound flight to visit their father.
Speaking to People Daily on phone, an inconsolable Kimani, who resides in Mitcham, South West London, said he was communicating with the family until 6pm (London time) when he could no longer get hold of them.
"I called my wife and a person by the name Ng’ang’a picked her phone asking me to identify myself. I did and my worst fears were confirmed," he said. Ng’ang’a, he said, informed him that his wife and one daughter had been injured "
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