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KKingo Bus Kills 8 Cows in Lwengo

Lamek Kigozi, the South Region Police Spokesperson confirmed the accident, saying all the passengers escaped unhurt. He says police have the bus to Lwengo police station as investigations into the accident are ongoing.
The bus that caused the accident
More than 60 passengers traveling aboard a bus belonging to KKingo Coaches along the Masaka-Mbarara highway have narrowly escaped death. 

The passengers escaped death with the speeding bus registration UBB 940T number lost control and rammed into a herd of cattle that was crossing from a water dam along the road.

Eight cows died on spot while several others escaped with injuries. Anania Muhirwe, an eye witness blames the accident on speeding by the bus driver, saying he could have saved the cattle if he wasn't speeding.

Lamek Kigozi, the South Region Police Spokesperson confirmed the accident, saying all the passengers escaped unhurt. He says police have the bus to Lwengo police station as investigations into the accident are ongoing.

Kigozi says they asked the management of KKINGO coaches to find another bus to transport passengers to Kampala where they were heading by the time of the accident.

He warns bus drivers to be cautious and considerate to other road users and respect road signs because the area has signs indicating that cows are crossing near the spot where the accident occurred. 

Paul Mwanje, a herdsman in the area, says that the dead animals are valued at Shillings 8 million since some of them were due to deliver.

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