Motorists are always advised to be extra careful on our roads to avoid some of the accidents that are witnessed on our roads on a daily basis.
Picture courtesy. Image from the scene.
These accidents sometimes cannot be avoided as emergency vehicles like ambulances, fire engines or police cars are involved in them.
This afternoon, there has been a terrible accident on the Western Bypass road between a police chase car and a Probox.
The accident saw the police chase car collided with the oncoming Probox before both of them ended up in a ditch.
According to an eye witness account, the police car from Kiambaa Police Station was chasing thugs when the accident happened.
Being on high speed, it's sometimes hard to control the vehicles this endangering lives of other Motorists on the roads.
During such a chase, it's wise for a driver to give way to avoid such collisions as Police are only doing their work in such situations.
It's not yet clear how many people and police officers were injured in the accident that happened a few moments ago this afternoon.
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