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UPDATE: Body Of A Man Retrieved After A Saloon Car Plunged Into The Ocean At Likoni Ferry Channel



SALOON CAR with unknown number of occupants plunges into the ocean at the Likoni Channel from the ramp; KFS officials say search underway.


KENYA NAVY divers retrieve body of the 40-year-old John Mutinda from the ocean at the Likoni Channel believed to be one of the victims of  a vehicle that plunged into the water earlier today.

KFS Officials said the Saloon car was on the mainland side of the channel when the driver drove into the sea from the ramp at around 4.20 am Saturday.

Kenya Ferry Service (KFS) said in a statement that the driver(John Mutinda) of the vehicle drove at high speed after purchasing a ticket and plunged into the water.

The incident comes barely three months after the vehicle which Mariam Kighenda and her four-year-old daughter Amanda Mutheu were in, slid off from the MV Harambee ferry. It took 13 days to locate the car and retrieve the bodies. The recovery involved a team from South Africa.

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