Drivers using the Nairobi-Mombasa highway are facing a big challenge following an ugly scene this morning where a tree has fallen across the road thus filtering vehicles from continuing with their journey. According to the latest news by Musyi Fm radio station, this tree was cut by unmentioned people whereby it accidentally fell at the unexpected side this covering the whole road.
No cases of death have been reported, and photos exposed show some people who are trying to help the drivers to pull away all the branches out of that highway.
This has happened few meters from Kiboko town where these trees are said to be located along the banks of one river which is around that place.
Netizens reacting to this story have blamed many drivers who are still in their vehicles waiting for the tree to be taken out of that place instead of coming out to combine efforts and make the work easier. What's your take on this issue? Kindly leave your comments below.
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