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Campaigns turn traggic as one dies in Naivasha

16 January 2013, 17:10

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Naivasha - Campaigns in Naivasha turned tragic when a middle aged man who had been campaigning for a parliamentary aspirant was crushed to death by a truck.

The Standard
reports the incident happened in Karagita estate when the man lost his gripping and fell down with the lorry running over him and died on the spot.

According to an eye witness, the campaigns were going on well until when they heard a scream before the man fell from the moving lorry and was crushed to death.

- For more visit The Standard

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