Residents of Karatina town were on Wednesday morning left enjoying free Soda after a train hit a coca cola lorry.
The accident happened near the Karatina train terminus and the lorry was trying to cross the main Nyeri-Nairobi highway without observing the railway crossing regulations.
From a video that has since gone viral, the residents can be seen walking away with crates of soda despite the danger that was staring right at them.
Watch the video here:
The train was ferrying fuel to the Nanyuki depot which is owned by the Vivo Energy Kenya, the company that markets and distributes Shell-branded fuels and lubricants in the country.
Police officers have already been sent to the scene of the accident from the nearby police station that is in the outskirts of Karatina town in Giakairo area.
The Kenya Railways Corporation is expected to issue a statement as well as the Coca Cola company which are the two companies affected by the accident.
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