Accidents on Kenya's highways have been on the rise in the recent past with the government uncertain what to do to mitigate this scourge that has plagued our nation.
Accidents are allegedly caused by non-compliance with the highway code and the unconsciousness of some drivers on the roads according to reports from the National Transport and Safety Authority, NTSA.
This evening we have just received bad news that a bad accident has just occurred. According to the source, Migori News, a loaded lorry has lost control before hitting a boda boda rider and killed him on spot. The accident has just occured on Chamkombe Area on Migori Isebania road.
Rescue is underway and traffic police officers have reached on the scene. The body of the deceased has been removed and taken to Migori referral hospital mortgage.
Motorists have been advised to exercise care while in this road as we approach festival season.
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