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Rudisha escapes unhurt from bus collision in Kenya

By Reuters
26 August 2019   |   3:16 pm
David Rudisha escaped unhurt after his car collided with a bus on a highway near Keroka in his native Kenya on Saturday, the Olympic 800 metres champion said on Monday.

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