Kenya: dozens reported killed in oil tanker fireball

Kenya: dozens reported killed in oil tanker fireball
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In Kenya, dozens of people are reported dead after a fireball from an oil tanker engulfed several vehicles on a main highway.

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In Kenya, dozens of people are reported dead after a fireball from an oil tanker engulfed several vehicles on a main highway.

It happened late on Saturday night, around 10 kilometres north of the central town of Naivasha.

The tanker – en-route to Uganda – is said to have lost control and rammed into vehicles.

In 2009, more than 100 people burned to death near the central town of Molo after a lorry carrying petrol caught fire.

#Kenya#Naivasha: ManyFearedDead In OilTanker Blast https://t.co/01JMRefO6Vpic.twitter.com/gvWuRH4eBb

— RiskMap(@riskmaplive) 10 December2016

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