- Three Ugandan pupils were killed.
- When a lorry crashed into their classroom.
- Deadly accident injured 18 others.
At a school outside the capital of Kampala, three Ugandan pupils were killed when a vehicle crashed into their classroom.
At least 18 additional students were hurt in the incident on Tuesday afternoon at Kasaka Secondary School.
The vehicle tore up a portion of the roof after entering the structure about halfway.
According to Ugandan authorities, the lorry driver lost control and ploughed through the school gate before striking the youngsters who were using the school’s computer lab.
The 26-year-old driver has been taken into custody to assist with the investigation, according to the police.
The institution is situated in the Gomba district of the country’s center, 130 kilometers (80 miles) from Kampala.
The pupils were sent home after a week of learning suspension.
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