The nasty road accident that has claimed lives of many (Photo Courtesy)
Road carnages have been a major worry in the country, with this year several people losing their lives in some nasty accidents in major roads across the country.
Several people have lost their lives in a horrific accident involving a matatu, lorry and private car in Lari Constituency.
According to reliable Ma3 Route news reports, the matatu which was being driven at a very high speed and overtaking recklessly collided head on with the lorry driver which led to the crashing of the private car causing the deaths of several people.
The reports claim that the accident occurred on the continuous yellow line mark which could have been avoided if the drivers adhered to the traffic rules
"13:39 A number of people are feared dead following a horrific road accident involving a matatu, lorry and a private salon car in the Kimende area, Lari Constituency, Kiambu County. https://t.co/QrvdhuoIxE via @SirDerrickOhato." The reports stated.
May they rest in peace.
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