Thika road is known for it's efficiency due to the large number of lanes on each side of the road. Vehicles move with top speed in the inner lanes. Traffic disruption caused by a Matatu which has overturned in Ndarugo area has resulted to sudden traffic build up within few minutes.
The Matatu is said to have been moving with high speed something which has made the driver to loose control leading to him hitting the centre guardrails. No casualties have been recorded from the incident ad both the driver and his four passengers including the co driver have been rescued.
Matatu drivers are at the risk of continued accidents if they continue to choose not to obey traffic rules. Matatus operating in the busy Superhighway are expected to use the service lanes, something which majority ignore. Closure of these section on the road had been for afew minutes are rescue team towed the vehicle out of the scene. With the help of police, traffic has been opened and is flowing on well.
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