Mercedes Car Burn's Down On Thika Superhighway At Roasters, Cause Of Fire Unknown.(Video)
A mercedes car had burnt down on the Thika Superhighway at Roasters and there has been a video doing rounds online showing the mercedes car which was headed towards Thika burning down in flames and the fire started from the bonnet and later spread consuming the other body parts of the car.
This really attracted attention of many and it caused a traffic jam and also attracted the attention of many people and at the same time, the car was burning while emiting a very huge black smoke on the highway.
The cause of the car fire was unknown as it just broke into fire and the owner stopped it, getting out of the car.
Link to source and video: https://www.facebook.com/152288288905060/posts/1036678807132666/?app=fbl
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