Cases of road accidents have been reportedly increasing day by day across different regions here in Kenya and some other parts of the world. Most of these road accidents are spearheading due to reckless driving and neglecting traffic rules and regulations by some section of road users.
Today another road accident has been reported in Thika Highway in Nairobi this morning whereby a Saloon car busted in to a flame on that busy highway. That news report has been shared on Twitter social media platform and no any causalities has been reported.
The course of that fire has not yet been mentioned but the research is undergoing by the Ministry of transport and safety authority here in Kenya. Kenyans should observe all rules and regulations inorder to reduce the current rate of road accidents here in Kenya because the situation has been war day by day.
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