Drunk driving has contributed to most severe road carnages in the country over the past few days. Even as the road safety measures rebukes the drink-driving habits, most drivers are yet to adhere to the guidelines.
A Public Service Vehicle (PSV) on Tuesday evening rammed into a local joint in Kipkelion along the busy Londiani-Fort-Tenarn-Muhoroni Highway. According to eye-witnesses, the drunk driver sped into the joint before trying to engage the brakes in vain. Having plunged into the busy bar, the people present were left fleeing for safety.
Even with his vehicle damaged, the driver, whose name is unidentified was made to pay for the damages caused by the infuriated bar owner.
This comes barely a week after a speeding Toyota Probox allegedly swept aside a 'bodaboda' operator along Kipkelion-Chepseon Road. According to reports, the small car was ferrying several youth believed to have been from a drinking spree. Luckily, the motorcycle rider escaped unhurt.
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