Another cyclist has just been crushed to death this Friday evening. The cyclist was crushed and killed along Kenol-Thika road.
Thika Town Today reports that the accident happened past Makenji, a few metres from Shell Petrol Station.
"A cyclist has just been crushed to death past Makenji, a few metres from Shell Petrol Station, as you head towards Thika on the Kenol-Thika Highway. Police not yet arrived at the scene," the sourced update.
This is not the first accident involving a cyclist. In recent days, severe accidents have been happening, with cyclists suffering various injuries, while others succumbing to injuries.
Such accidents have been forcing leaders including Deputy President William Ruto's wife, Rachel Ruto.
Rachel Ruto who is also a big fan of cycling has been advocating for a cycling nation. She is also among those who want Kenya Urban Roads Authority to start including cycling lanes of roads so as to avoid any accidents happening on major highways.
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