Several Police Officers have allegedly been injured after being involved in a Deadly accident along Embu-Kitiri road near the bridge.
According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been reported that the driver of the vehicle was overspeeding.
This was followed by a Deadly scene after the vehicle which was ferrying several Police Officers lost control landing on a ditch. Luckily, there were no deaths reported except for a few minor injuries gotten by the casualties.
The accident has since sparked a lot of mixed reactions from Kenyans who seemed to have different opinions and suggestions on the matter and on what should be done in order to reduce the rate of accidents in the country.
With a section of Kenyans calling upon traffic police officers to tighten security, others went ahead and claimed that the overspeeding police officers should be charged adding that this is because police officers tend to break traffic rules and regulations without taking any responsibility.
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