It was a run Sara Mudhoui wants to forget.
The chase pitted her and her family against machine gun-toting looters and murderers who ruthlessly set ablaze everything in sight.
It was the stuff nightmares are made of. But it wasn't a dream – it was real-life terror for Mudhoui, her personal hell.
"(My town) was very dangerous," the 34-year-old said somberly in Swahili, tears tumbling down her dusty cheeks. "We had to jump over seven dead bodies just before reaching the main road."