8 university students die in fatal accident

According to an eyewitness, the accident was caused due to recklessness of the Noah driver, who was seen trying to overtake a vehicle.

Auto crash in Kenya

The vehicles involved in the fatal accident include, a canter, a saloon car and a Noah, report says.

Joseph Nyabuto, a witness at the scene told news reporters that the accident was caused by the recklessness of the Noah driver.

This resulted in a head-on collision with the Canter.

"All the vehicles were on high speed. Three of the victims remained stuck in the wreckage for almost 30 minutes,"

SDE Kenya reported that all the occupants of the Noah vehicle died from the accident, while three passengers in the Canter car sustained severe injuries.

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