A soldier who declined to be named says that they gave their colleague first aid and rushed him to hospital, but he bled profusely and succumbed to the injuries on arrival.
"We cleaned the wounds and rushed Oyet to Jinja hospital however, he lost a lot of blood and we lost him," he says.
The Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson Isah Ssemwogerere says that it is alleged a man who was learning how to drive the truck lost control on the playground and rammed into the house killing the teenager on spot as well as injuring two others.
“A woman whom we are yet to identify opened a kiosk in this area yesterday (Friday). She hired electricians to illegally connect power in her premises, which I highly think might have been the main trigger behind today’s electricity circuit,” he said.
Fatinah Nakyisuyi, one of the eyewitnesses says that the truck driver lost control and parked abruptly forcing Musenero to ram into his vehicle. “The vehicle was being driven at breakneck speed. While running over the humps, the driver parked the truck abruptly, Musenero who was riding from the opposite direction rammed into it and died instantly,” she said.
It is reported that, at around midnight, a Kenyan bound bus registration number KCX 258B was involved in a head-on collision with a Fuso of registration number UBE 007W. The Fuso driver whose particulars are not yet identified died on spot, and four passengers sustained injuries and are now admitted at Jinja Hospital.
Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson Isah Ssemwogereresays says that Mutasingwa who is also the Buikwe Woman MP was travelling from Gulu in vehicle registration number UBG 979G Toyota Land Cruiser when the accident occurred.
A driver who had come to inquire whether the service was complete discovered Nviri’s lifeless body that was lying under the front tires of the truck. Some of the workers raised complaints of fatigue and lack of protective gears.
The accident which occurred at Kyankonwa village in Katuugo Town Council along the Kampala-Gulu highway on Thursday involved a Kampala-bound bus registration number UBE 379Q belonging to Zawadi services and a Gulu bound trailer registration number UAQ 742L /UAQ 130C.
The accident which occurred on Thursday at Kyankonwa village along Kampala-Gulu highway at around 1:00 pm involved a bus registration number UBE 379Q belonging to Zawadi bus services which were heading to Kampala and a trailer registration number UAQ 742L /UAQ 130L heading to Gulu.
It involved a Kampala bound trailer registration number T141 DCR/T781 DJH and a taxi registration number UAY-766V which was heading to Nakasongola. According to Apollo Kabaali, one of the eyewitnesses, the trailer lost control and rammed into the taxi before overturning.