A personal car was reported to have been involved in a grisly road accident along the Kakamega - Mumias Road on Thursday 18th August 2022.
According to Sikika Road Safety, the accident occurred when the car goes into a head-on collision with a Public Service (PSV) 14-seater matatu. From some of the photos shared online, a bottle of a bear was found next to the driver's seat an indication that the driver was allegedly drinking while driving.
At the accident scene, both the matatu and the car can be seen severely damaged as pieces of glasses are scattered on the road.
Reportedly the police officers had arrived at the scene on time to carry out rescue operations on the injured victims. Drivers have been advised against driving while under the influence of alcohol.
This is because when drunk while driving, one usually makes poor decisions on the road hence causing accidents.
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