Motorists are always advised to be extra careful on the highways to avoid some of the accidents that are now a norm on the highway daily.
Picture courtesy. Image from scene of accident.
It's important that drivers especially truck drivers maintain the kind of discipline that is needed in ensuring that the carnage perpetrated by the trucks.
This afternoon, there has been a nasty collision on the new Superhighway at Muguga Ward in Kabete Constituency.
The two vehicles rammed into each other, leaving the Sports Utility Vehicle sustaining most of the damage.
Condition of the occupants of the two vehicles is not yet established at this moment but Good Samaritans could be seen at the scene trying to help the people in the vehicles.
It's unclear how the accident happened earlier this afternoon between the two vehicles but police are at the scene to ascertain the situation.
We urge drivers to always be careful on the highways to avoid some of these accidents that lead to loss of lives prematurely.
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