Three people have perished in a deadly accident that has occurred in the morning of today along the busy stretched Mombasa road in Kwale.
Taking to his Twitter account to confirm the accident, a Twitter user has revealed that the deceased allegedly succumbed to their injuries after a PSV rammed on a concrete wall.
Teddy who witnessed the incident has revealed that the psv was allegedly over speeding before it took a wrong turn while trying to avoid a head on collision with a vehicle that was coming from the opposite direction.
Unluckily for the three, reports have revealed that they were declared dead on the spot by good samaritans who rushed to the crime scene in attempts to help the casualties.
However, a number of unaccounted for passengers have allegedly been rushed to the hospital where they are currently receiving medical treatment as police officers are yet to arrive at the scene of the incident.
In the past few days, a lot of accidents have Ben reported in the country forcing the government to release the latest accident statistics that has revealed that the number of accident related deaths in Kenya has already surpassed last year’s accident victims.
For this reason, Kenyans have been urged to make sure they stay watchful while driving or using these roads in order to reduce the already increasing cases of accidents in the country.
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