Motorists are always cautioned to ensure that they are careful to avoid some of the accidents witnessed on the Kenyan highways on a daily basis. These accidents can be avoided almost completely if traffic laws are adhered to by all and sundry on the roads.
Last night, an elephant lost its life at Manyani as it was trying to cross the road. The elephant died on the spot after being hit by a speeding Toyota Prado that sustained serious damage in the accident.
The driver of the speeding Toyota Prado is said to have sustained serious injuries but is alive from the ordeal. The accident occured in the wee hours of the night and poor visibility has been blamed.
Here are some reactions from Kenyans.
Job Kabuge: The stretch between Voi and Mtoto is an animal corridor. Infact the highway cuts right through a major animal park. One should drive slow, especially morning and evening.
Godfrey Musula: When human beings start having wild hearts these are the kind of posts that you get.
Franklin Bett: May the animal RIP. The driver be jailed forever.
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