Accidents on the Kenyan highways have been on the rise in the recent past with the government unsure of what to do in order to mitigate this scourge that has bedeviled our roads.
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More than 3300 Kenyans have lost their lives on the roads according to the data from the National Transport and Safety Authority since the start of the year.
These accidents are said to be caused by non compliance to traffic rules as well as recklessness on the part of some motorists on the road.
This morning, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us from Daily Nation Newspaper, a couple died on the spot after their vehicle was involved in a grisly road accident.
As per the reports that we have with us the accident happened at a place known as Osodo trading centre that is found in Ndhiwa, Homa Bay County.
The two, who are believed to be husband and wife, were travelling in their vehicle which was a Toyota Prado.
The driver of the Toyota Prado was reported to have been trying to overtake a trailer on the road but is said to have lost control before ramming the rear of the said truck.
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