Over the past years, road accidents have been largely contributed by careless driving as well as overspeeding. However often motorists have been urged to remain cautious while using the roads, this idea is yet to be implemented by rogue drivers.
An overspeeding private vehicle on Monday morning swerved and landed into a ditch. The car is believed to be headed to the Western direction from Kipkelion. Luckily, the three people on board escaped unhurt.
While narrating the incident, a 'bodaboda' operator claimed that the racing vehicle nearly hit him alongside his counterpart before it swerved and therefore veering off the road. Kipkelion Traffic Police officers who were a few bends away from the scene arrived in time to probe into the matter.
The Londiani-Fort-Tenarn-Muhoroni Highway has often proved uneasy for quite a good number of motorists. Due to the numerous meanders and road bends, road accidents along the highway have continued to rise.
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