According to news reports just in, a Mercedes Benz has caught fire and burnt to ashes along the busy Thika super highway.
Reports indicate that the incident occurred few metres from the famous Homeland Hotel along the busy highway.
It is yet to be established what could have caused the deadly Inferno.
Details of the owner and what triggered the fire are yet to be, police officers are however at the scene controlling traffic that has already already started building up.
Ngige... It might even be a hand sanitizer. Hand sanitizers are flammable, and with the heat inside the car and probably the windows were up while being driven. Just my theory though I could be wrong.
I've seen a few incidences where a car caught flames because of the sanitizers.
Aringo... FYI Mercedes bence is not expensive.. And also it can burn just like any other car one if someone set fire on it secondly if it has electronic circuit failure from wrong wiring or impact
Sancho... Google how many vehicles have burned from homeland to safari park then tell us what's the problem... Hii place ni black spot
Faris... Sikika ROAD Safety Not only Mercedes... Any car can catch fire... This may be caused by oil leakage and when the car is in motion and the oil comes into contact with a substance... The chances of the car catching fire are very high...
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