Fatal road accident witnessed at Double Cabin area in a head-on collision involving a lorry and pick-up, Nairobi County.
Police say the driver of the pick-up was speeding when the vehicle collided head-on with the lorry, which was oncoming. The pick-up was badly wrecked.
Following the accident, images of the accident scene went viral on social media platforms. Online comments revealed the driver of the pick-up was drunk before loosing control of his vehicle.
No casualties was reported following the Friday evening accident apart from two passengers from the lorry escaped with minor injuries.
The two were taken at local private hospital in Nairobi town where were treated and discharged.
Double Cabin road traffic police officer Kennedy Martin said that the accident is under police investigating adding that the two injured were driver and his passenger from the lorry.
Kennedy urged drivers to exercise caution on the roads, adding that careless driving, overtaking and speeding were the leading causes of accidents on Kenya's roads.
The latest development comes only two days when a similar accident was witnessed along the busy road.
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