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Yumbe MP in car accident
Publish Date: Jul 01, 2014
Yumbe MP in car accident
Yumbe district Woman MP Aleru Huda
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By Vision Reporter  

Yumbe district Woman MP Aleru Huda has been rushed to hospital after sustaining injuries in a motor accident at Bamusuuta in Nakasongola district along Kampala-Gulu highway.


The accident occurred at 5:00am as the MP and three other occupants were traveling from Yumbe to Kampala in a Toyota Noah Registration number UAU 550M.

It is said that the MP’s driver Richard Aberson failed to brake ramming into a trench injuring the three occupants critically.
MP Aleru and others were rushed to Bulamu clinic for first aid and later transferred to Nakasero hospital.

Savanah Region police spokesperson, Lameck Kigozi, said the the MP is out of danger and the car wreckage has been towed to Kakooge police station.

 

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