Likoni Ferry Accident: Car that sank in the Indian Ocean spotted 50m underwater

The Toyota ISIS drowned into the Indian Ocean at around 6 pm in the evening on Sunday the 29th of September 2019. /Courtesy Photo
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AT Team

There is hope in the ongoing recovery mission after rescue team sighted the car that plunged into the Indian Ocean on Sunday, September 29.

Africa Tembelea has learnt that, the multi-agency operation that started searching for missing Mariam Kigenda, 35 and daughter Amanda Mutheu, 4 last Sunday, have managed to locate the missing Toyota ISIS car with its occupants about 50 metres underwater.

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Kenya Navy divers prepare to kick off the search for the missing car which plunged into the Indian Ocean at the Likoni Channel in this photo taken on October 9, 2019. PHOTO | COURTESY

The seawater of Likoni Channel is 70 metres deep and hence a risky affair.

According to the search team, about 30 divers have been deployed in the recovery mission. This is a developing story…

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