Back-to-back explosions killed at least 10 people in a Kenyan market on Friday. Close to 70 people were wounded in the two blasts, Kenya’s National Disaster Operations Centre (NDOC) said.
One explosion struck a minibus taxi, shattering the windows and flattening its tires. It was near a market best known for selling second-hand clothes from wooden stalls with corrugated iron roofs. The second blast occurred near the same market.
Outside the blood-spattered minibus, clothes littered a street that had been bustling with shoppers earlier in the day.
“I saw the explosion. People were running in all directions,” a woman at the scene told journalists. “I know some of the people who died.”