Latest news being reported is that several people are feared dead after a Petrol tanker collided with three other vehicles along Eldoret-Malaba Highway. The sad news has touched the hearts of many Kenyans with many sending their condolence messages to the family and friends of the deceased.
NTV Journalist, Seth Olale has shared the sad news through his official tweeter handle.
@SethOlale Several people feared dead after allegedly 4 vehicles exploded in muhonje along eldoret malaba highway in kakamega https://t.co/IpeOqJWGiJ
The petrol tanker burst into flames after colliding with a PSV Matatu along the busy Eldoret-Malaba Highway. Other two vehicles were also involved in the accident after the Petrol tanker burst into flames. The number of injured passengers has not yet been revealed.
This is not thee first time a Petrol tanker has caused fatal road accidents along busy Highways. The Government through the Ministry of Transport has been urging Kenyans to adhere to safety road precautions while using the roads to reduce the number of accidents occuring in the country. May the souls of the deceased rest in peace.
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