KTN’s Dennis Onsarigo in grisly bike accident [PHOTO]

'God is trying to tell me something'

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Renown KTN investigative reporter, Dennis Onsarigo, is admitted in hospital after he suffered injuries in a road accident.

A photo is doing rounds on social media showing Dennis bed-ridden with his arm held by a sling in hospital. He was fresh from a six hour surgery.

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Dennis Onsarigo in hospital. /COURTESY

Saying he was happy that he was alive, the senior reporter noted that life was short and God had given him a second chance.

Dennis shared what happened revealing that an overlapping truck almost ran over him after he lost control of his bike on Saturday, October 7.

He said:

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“I went riding a bike on Saturday.. I had done 23Kms one way when a truck left the main road on to my path wanting to overlap.

I decide let me outpace it because it will leave dust on me.. step on the peddle, look over my shoulder and the truck has now increased pace; step on the pedal again and the truck driver impatient now honks… glancing back for a third time …

The truck is literally inches of “breathing” from me.. I turn my head before I can leave the bicycle path, I lose control of the beast.. push over.

I land head first – thank God I had a helmet- then my shoulder, the landing force tosses me just a yard from the truck

“Screams from other motorists, the screeching slamming on brakes and now lost in dust, I can hear my own breathing..

I try lifting myself up, I can’t. A sharp pain on my collar bone, tells me I have fractured something.

Long story short, I survived a truck crashing me; it was a touching distance from where I lay.”

Mr Onsarigo narrated the events preceding his bike ride and wondered if God was passing a message. He wrote:

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“Flashback: previous night a colleague had told me not to go riding after I told them I wasn’t sure about riding on that road…

That morning, I bought a new helmet and said a prayer.. something I rarely do when going biking.

As I was wheeled into the operating room for a six hour operation it hit me; life is short ..

When the surgeons dimmed the lights out of my life, I had died for six hours… what if I never returned?

Lucky to be alive; time I figured what this accident means.”

Quick recovery to him from Zipo.co.ke.

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