Road accidents are usually avoidable if drivers adhere to the regulation rules stipulated by the National Traffic and Safety Authorities (NTSA), but some rogue drivers usually ignore these rules.
Today, there was a nasty head on collision accident between a transline bus which operates the Nairobi - Narok - Kisii route with a fourteen seater matatu.
According to reliable reports from eye witnesses, the driver of the bus was driving it recklessly while not considering other road users.
The bus tried to overtake a trailer on continuous yellow line without clearly seeing the oncoming traffic.
The matatu was rammed onto by the bus leaving it completely destroyed with its occupants suffering minor injuries.
The accident was very avoidable if the bus driver could have maintained his lane, but due to his hurry, he rammed into the other vehicle.
Take a look at some reactions from netizens who are dissatisfied with how long distance buses are driven;
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