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Mother, Daughter Whose Car Slid Off Likoni Ferry Identified

The occupants of the vehicle that plunged into the Indian Ocean after sliding off a ferry at the Likoni channel have been identified as as Mariam Kigenda, 35, and her daughter Amanda Mutheu, 4.

According to the report, the vehicle, a Toyota Isis was the last to board the MV Harambee Ferry Vessel from the mainland.

Police stated that rescue operations to retrieve the bodies and the motor vehicle are ongoing.

Through face book page Kenya Ferry Services on Sunday (KFS), September 29 said the rescue operations are continuing.

“It’s with sadness that we confirm an accident occurred onboard MV.Harambee which was plying from mainland to the island side at 1815hrs, when a saloon car alleged with two occupants reversed and plunged into the sea midstream,” the statement read.

 

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