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BREAKING NEWS: Four-Storey Building Collapse In Kericho Town

Three Storey Building Collapse In Kericho Town
Three Storey Building Collapse In Kericho Town

BREAKING NEWS: Reports reaching our news desks indicate that a four-storey building has collapsed in Kericho town on Tuesday night 

Several people are feared trapped as the Red Cross Official say that rescue mission are underway.

According to the Red Cross, the building collapse after 7.30 p.m

“Tebsview Building, owned by Kericho contractor Charles Chaglano collapsed slightly after 7:30pm, said Kericho Red Cross official Sofia Tuwei.

The exact number of people trapped after the collapse of the Kericho building is not clear to KDRTV as rescue missions are ongoing

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According to eye witness who spoke to KDRTV, the scene was chaotic as those trapped underneath could be heard calling for help.

So far, the building in Kericho town allegedly collapsed due to poor workmanship

We could not immediately determine the total number of casualties or fatality, however, by the time this article was published only one boy was uncounted for.

A view of Tebs View Court in Kericho that collapsed on Tuesday, June 9, 2020. PHOTO | COURTESY

A view of the court that has collapsed

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