According to the Rwenzori West Regional Police Spokesperson Vincent Twesigye, the deceased have been identified as Esther Kahunde and Nimrod Bagonza, the Captain of St George Clinic Football Club in Fort Portal. The two were moving in a Spacio motor vehicle, which has been badly damaged.
The deceased who are not yet identified were traveling in a sugarcane truck of Tata series registration number UPE 882. Their bodies have been transferred to Iganga general hospital mortuary awaiting postmortem.
The deceased have been identified as Wilson Hatanga, 72, Evalist Semahane, 55, and his son Charles Mutabaazi, an employee of Entebbe Airport in the security department. The injured is Pronia Nyirabasanza,55, Semahane's wife.
Hillary Namanya, the Programs Manager of Rukundo International, a Local Non-Government Organization in Kabale and his wife, Barbra Natukunda crashed around 5:30pm on Friday at Kagano along Kabale Kisoro road in Kanaba Sub county Kisoro district in their Toyota mark II vehicle registration number UAG 044 M
The deceased who is a student of St. Joseph vocational centre of plumbing who has been undergoing industrial training at the National Water and Sewerage Cooperation, Kamuli branch had gone to conduct personal studies on the different water pipes within Kiko wetland.
Over 40 Passengers in the bus survived unhurt, got another bus and proceeded with their journey to Kampala city. By time of compiling this report, traffic police was still trying to remove the bus from the scene.
The accident occurred at around 1 pm when a Fuso truck registration number UAN 536F heading to Wabitungulu market in Bamunanika Sub County from Wobulenzi town lost control and overturned at Kaliro Katono trading centre.
The accident occurred on Sunday Morning at Kikonda trading centre in Nsambya sub-county Kyankwanzi district. It involved a taxi registration number UBF 037D and a motorcycle registration number UEM 322X.
The number of people that died in an accident which occurred on Friday evening along Masaka-Mbarara highway has risen to seven after two others have been announced dead this afternoon at Masaka Regional Referral Hospital.
The accident occurred at Kyabbogo Village, in Kingo Sub-County when a speeding registration number UAU 523M heading to Kampala from Mbarara rammed into a Toyota Noah registration number UAN 429H whose driver had made an abrupt U-turn.
The 43-kilometre stretch connects Kaliro to Kamuli district and is a key route for the transportation of agricultural produce. But according to residents, the road is increasingly becoming impassable as its tarmac shades off, amidst gazing potholes and a poor drainage system which has made it prone to accidents.