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A traffic accident in western Uganda killed 32 people and injured 5

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Kampala, February 3 The Uganda Red Cross Society released a news on the 3rd that a traffic accident involving five cars collided in Kasese District, western Ukraine, killing 32 people and injuring 5.

Ugandan Red Cross officials said that the accident occurred on a road in Kasese, when a truck carrying funeral personnel from the Bendibujiao area bordering western Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo suddenly collided with another car.

Red Cross officials also said that it was dark when the two cars collided.

Due to road construction, the road was narrow, and then three more cars collided one after another. The accident killed 32 people and injured 5 people.

The injured have been taken to the hospital for treatment.

According to police data, Uganda has at least 20,000 traffic accidents every year, resulting in more than 2,000 deaths.

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