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A Man Collapses In The Road & Dies Instantly, Residents Fights Police Over Delay

Residents protested & blocked the road when the police was load on the patrol truck the corpse of a man that collapsed and died instantly.

The deceased was a Bulenga resident born in Ggomba district, spent several houses lying in the road, something that angered the residents and they railed the police that delayed to get the truck to convey the corpse.

Eventually, the deceased’s relatives arrived at the scene and started calling for a vehicle to take away the corpse before the police truck arrives but all in vain.

The eyewitnesses of the tragedy related that none should be accused as this was likely a matter of fate.

Finally, a police truck arrived amidst traffic jam and took away the corpse to the mortuary for investigations.


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