Three journalists survive Kenyan plane crash
Election campaigning got off to a dark start in Kenya on Wednesday, after a light aircraft ferrying three journalists crashed en route to a National Super Alliance (Nasa) rally in Baringo.
All three journalists - two reporters and a cameraman - are believed to be in a stable condition, and have been transported to a local hospital for treatment. The crash took place shortly after takeoff at the Wilson Airport in Nairobi.
There is still no clarity on why the plain crashed, as this is a developing story. However, Police Airwing Commandant, Rodgers Mbithi, confirmed the details of the accident itself to Kenyan journalists.
It has become clear that the election campaigning will continue on Wednesday though, with rallies having been scheduled to take place at Tiaty, Kabarnet and Eldama Ravine in Baringo County.
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