Sunday, October 13, 2019
Fatal Accident at Namboole Claim Lives

A fatal accident claimed lives close to Namboole stadium in Bweyogerere division were the police patrol trucks came to rescue the casualties and to pick the bodies of the deceased. The super custom UAW 813A carrying 6 cooks from Kisaasi collided with Taxi UBB 754H that was carrying 7 people, according to the eyewitnesses.

However, the bystanders charged and almost blocked the roads because of the police delayed arrival at the accident scene to rescue the casualties, and it supposed that those who died would have survived in case the police arrived on time to carry them to the hospital.

According to the bystanders, this spot has become a death trap because there is are no humps, the residents have therefore urged the government to act with due diligence before the situation gets out of hand. Meanwhile, several accident victims were rushed to the hospital in a critical condition and 2 were confirmed dead, the deceased were identified as Nassa and Shaffic.

 

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