Several People Feared Dead After A Nasty Road Accident On Mombasa Road Involving A Matatu
By lemmymbelle | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 7665 views
Photo Courtesy. Image taken from a previous incident.
The Kenyan roads have continued to claim the lives of innocent Kenyans for the past few months in an increasing fashion. Since the turn of the year, several nasty accidents have been reported all over the country with the latest being reported in Taru.
According to a report, a 14 seater Matatu Ferrying passengers from Wundayi to Mombasa was involved in a nasty accident that killed several people on the spot. According to witness reports, the accident occurred at Taru.
The Matatu reportedly lost control and rolled over several times before standing on its wheels. It is unclear on the number of people who have been confirmed dead but initial reports are not pleasing.
The rising number of road accidents is no doubt a concern for the whole country. Motorists need to be more careful while on the road and observe traffic rules properly. Meanwhile, share with us your thoughts on the matter kindly.
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