Kenyans have elicited several reactions online upon the photo of this truck stuck on the road causing traffic jam to the incoming vehicles.According to the sources,the truck driver was involved in the blunder where he had forgotten to lower the tipper and doing the delivery in whichever place he was.
Then the driver without realizing this serious mistake,he proceeded on to the busy highway with the tipper high on the air and encountered with the electric cables on the busy highway on his way to general motors.This tipper destroyed the electric cables as it remained stuck in the area causing traffic snarl.
Recent reports have said that this truck has been lifted by the hired crane to ease congestion in the area.
Here are reactions from concerned Kenyans;
Black Mo;This is just like lowering your trousers and then you forget to wear them up after you finished releasing yourself.
Emmanuel Wuod Ongaro;Who forgets to lower his tipper.
Antony Qtonny Antonello;I think now TATA will introduce Safety feature even something like a warning bell to alert the driver.And talking of that i wonder why it doesn't have safety feature.
Anne Mathews;Very careless person.
Mo Kas;Must have been drunk.
Fred Okoth;There is nothing like he forgot to lower the tipper,Kwani hi lorry haina side mirror?
Ken Mwaura;His license should be revoked.
Pablo El Che Esckobar;This is carelessness of the highest order.This means the driver was not using his side mirrors,was not paying attention to the road users and its environs.
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