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    Shuttle Overturns in Kisii, Possibly Killing Several People

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    A matatu transporting passengers overturned and crashed in the Amasige region of the Kisii-Sotik Route, leaving several individuals believed dead.

    Police records state that there were eleven people in the 11-seater matatu at the time of the incident.

    The Egesa Shuttle-registered matatu was headed from Kisii to Nairobi.

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