Motorists are always urged to be extra careful and to avoid some of the accidents that are witnessed daily on our Kenyan roads.
Picture courtesy. Image of scene of accident.
Lives can be saved if only motorists are able to adhere to the strict laws set in place by the government that ensure one is safe at all times.
This evening, a nasty accident has just happened on Ngong' Road between a Matatu and a Bodaboda.
The matatu is said to have knocked the Bodaboda which was carrying a passenger who was a lady.
The two are still lying on the road but from the video obtained by this writer, the two are only seriously injured and not dead.
The driver and the conductor of the matatu have run away from the scene of the accident leaving the vehicle on the road.
This last few weeks, vehicles have been burnt by bodaboda operators who get angry after an accident that involves one of them.
Motorists are advised to not run away from the scene of an accident and to help the injured get medical help quickly.
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