Kericho Governor appeals for blood for accident survivors

Kericho Governor Paul Chepkwony says 15 accident survivors admitted to the Kericho Referral hospital require extensive treatment including surgeries and will require blood transfusion. Already three accident victims have undergone operations.

He expressed concern over the shortage of blood in the County hospitals blood reserve. However, the hospital authorities have set up a blood donation centre for the purpose. Governor Chepkwony in a statement also said the county government will meet the full cost of treatment for the accident survivors, waive the mortuary fees for the deceased.

The Kenya Red Cross and the Kericho County Government have set up an information and tracing centre at the Kericho County Referral hospital to help families looking for friends and relatives believed to have been on the bus. The hospital has also set up a counselling desk with professional counsellors to help relatives come to terms with the loss of their loved ones.

Families have flocked Kericho Referral hospital to identify the remains of their loved ones. The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) say that the bus operated by Western Cross Roads SACCO had no license to operate at night. Kamagra Jelly online where can i buy thyroxine in n.z. 1man 1jar. candian phamcy. , purchase clomid.