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Police officer killed in Mombasa after flagging a car for a normal traffic check.

A traffic police officers identified as Julius Marwa was hit by a motorist as he tried to evade the traffic police.

Julius Marwa was controlling the traffic at Buxton Juntion when a motorist who has been identified as Abdi showed up and when Julius attempted to switch off his car, the motorist accelerated running over the traffic police.

Abdi who was driving a Silver Toyota Ractis is said to have declined to turn off the engine as Julius Marwa conducted normal traffic police check up.

Following Abdi defiance, Julius was forced to open the car’s door for him to turn off the ignition so that he can carry out the routine normal traffic checkup.

However, Abdi grabbed the traffic police hand and accelerated as he sped off.

After speeding for about 200 meters, the traffic police officer was pushed out of the car and the right rear wheel of the Toyota Ractis ran over him leaving him with serious head injuries and fractures on the pelvic.

Marwa was rushed to Jocham hospital where he was declared dead upon arrival and his body was taken to the hospital’s morgue where postmortem will be carried out.

Following the incident, police traced Abdi at a basement parking located in Beach Road Estate where he was found locked inside his car.

He was arrested and his car was towed to the Makupa Police Station.

 

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