Fifteen passengers were injured on Sunday in an accident involving a Tawakal bus heading from Mombasa to Lamu.
The vehicle veered off the Lamu-Garsen road at Nyongoro and landed on its side at about 10.20am.
Mpeketoni divisional police commander (OCPD) Harrison Njuguna said the driver lost control of the vehicle at a sharp corner.
The bus, with 53 passengers, was in a convoy of vehicles that were being escorted by police, a measure taken following attacks by Al-Shabaab terrorists.
Two of the 15 passengers, including a three-year-old, suffered serious injuries.
Passenger Fahima Omar told the Nation that the girl lost an arm and that the number of casualties was likely higher.
"The injured were rushed to Witu Dispensary in Lamu West," Mr Njuguna said.
In December 2019, 48 passengers escaped unhurt after a Tawakal bus from Mombasa to Lamu veered off the road and rolled at Maisha Masha.
It was said that heavy rains caused the accident.