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17 dead in Molo road crash

02 January 2013, 16:43

Nakuru - Seventeen people died after a matatu plunged into a valley at Moto Quarry in Molo, Nakuru County Wednesday.

According to Daily Nation, nine others were injured in the mid-afternoon incident and were rushed to hospital.

Among the dead were 10 men, two women and five children. 

- For more visit Daily Nation

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