Five people are feared dead while other three are left seriously injured following a grisly road accident along Kajiado Namanga Highway.
The accident was as a result of head on collision between a personal salon car and a probox claiming the lives of the passengers.
The probox which was believed to be heading towards Illbisil had been carrying many passengers from which four of the them are said to have died on the spot while several other passengers sustained severe injuries.
The salon car on the other hand was heading towards Namanga, and it is claimed that he was drunk which was the cause of the accident. He also said to have died on the spot.
The bodies of the deceased have been taken at th morgue of Kajiado County Referral Hospital while the survivors who sustained injuries are receiving treatment at the same facility.
Cases of driving while drunk ought to be a thing of the past because not only are risking your life, but also risking the lives of others.
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