Death cases in Kenyan roads are becoming more and more rampant and especially in Nairobi area where the road usere that is fro traffic officer, drivers, cyclists and pedestrians ignore and fail to obey traffic rules.
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Tuesday 3rd of November 2020 early morning, there have been a fatal road accident that has just occured in Embakasi along the Embakasi Commuter train railway line where a lorry was hit and dragged along the rails.
(Photo Courtesy Ma3Route)
The Nisaan Tiida Lory lost control falling down the railway line few minutes after it collided with a salon car which resulted to the lorry driver finding it diffucult to get control of the situation befor losing control to the railways line and hit by the commuter train.(Photo Courtesy Ma3Route)
Drivers from within the country are advices to always be on the look while on the roads to avoid this kind of accidents which inturn results to loss of innocent lives on the road.
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