For three days in a row Thika road has been hitting the headlines due to an increased number of accidents. Another road accident is the current cause of heavy traffic along the road, motorists have been forced to spend the last one hour in the road after a lorry fell from the upper bridge to the expressway. The lorry has landed on a pickup causing total destruction.
The lorry is stated to have developed a brake failure crushing past the guardrails. It's weight and speed are said to be the cause of the driver be unable to control it. There is need for drivers to monitor speed Espeon when handling heavy vehicles. Motorists using the road are advised to use the service lanes. Those on the expressway should observe speed limits as only two lanes of the road are being used.
The accident has been on the same spot where another crash was witnessed yesterday morning after a small car hit a motorbike operator. Police are on the scene and are helping control traffic. It is not yet established if anyone perished from the clash. Updates shall be provided on this channel on timely basis.
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