The bus, belonging to Western Cross Sacco, crashed in an area locals call Tunnel on the Londiani-Muhuroni road on Wednesday morning, with eyewitnesses putting the time of the accident at about 4am.
The bus, belonging to Western Cross Sacco, crashed in an area locals call Tunnel on the Londiani-Muhoroni road on Wednesday morning, with eyewitnesses putting the time of the accident at about 4am.
The bus, travelling to Kakamega from the capital Nairobi, crashed in Fort Ternan in Kericho County with eyewitnesses putting the time of the accident at about 4am.
At least 50 people were on Wednesday, October 10, confirmed dead in a horrific road crash on the Kisumu-Muhoroni highway at Fort Ternan area in Kericho County.
National leaders have condoled with the families and friends of those who have lost relatives in the Fort Ternan bus crash that killed 52 on Wednesday morning October 10, 2018 on the Kisumu – Muhoroni Highway.
A village in Kakamega County is in deep mourning after one family lost five of its members following the horrific Kisumu-Muhoroni highway accident that claimed a total of 56 lives on Wednesday, October 10.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga on Wednesday led Kenyans in mourning 50 people who perished in a horror crash that occurred in Fort Ternan, Kericho County.
In a statement, Kericho governor Paul Chepkwony said the survivors include one child, six women and nine men who are receiving treatment.
One of the survivors of Wednesday dawn bus crash and a relative at Fort Ternan hospital in Kericho County.
The latest development brings the death toll to 58 even as families continued to flock Kericho County Referral Hospital and mortuary a day after the Wednesday, October 10 accident.
A village in Kakamega County is in deep mourning after one family lost five of its members following the horrific Kisumu-Muhoroni highway accident which claimed a total of 56 lives on Wednesday, October 10.
The death toll in the fatal accident that occurred on Wednesday at Tunnel flyover on the Londiani-Muhoroni highway has risen to 50.
The Homeboyz bus that crashed and killed 56 people at the Fort Ternan black spot in Kericho county was on an illegal night run, Police Inspector General Joseph Boinett said yesterday.
Even the shell of the bus that was shredded by the impact of the crash and that lay in an open field strewn with luggage, twisted metal and bodies had a sense of deja vu.
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday led Kenyans in mourning 50 people who lost their lives following a road accident at the Fort Ternan Tunnel in Kericho.
As families continue mourning their loved ones who lost their lives at Fort Ternan accident, Kakamega County government has formed a committee to organise a mass funeral service for the victims.
One of the survivors of the Fort Ternan tragedy disclosed the bus was being driven recklessly and not even angry protests from the passengers could dissuade the driver from over-speeding.
At least 42 passengers were on Wednesday killed in a road accident involving a PSV bus at Tunnel flyover on the Londiani-Muhoroni highway.
Speaking to KTN News while on his bed at Muhoroni hospital, the male survivor blamed the Home Boyz bus crew for the accident that happened on the morning of Wednesday 10th October.
The United Nations Secretary General António Guterres has joined the list of leaders who have sent out their condolence messages to families of those bereaved by the tragic accident at Fort Ternan in Kericho County.
Residents look at the wreckage of a bus that crashed, near Fort Ternan along the Londiani-Muhoroni road in Kericho county, Kenya October 10, 2018.