Accidents on the Kenyan highways have been on the rise in the recent past with the government unsure of what to do in order to mitigate this scourge that has bedeviled our country.
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Motorists are always advised by the National Transport and Safety Authority to always be on the lookout to avoid these accidents that have led to loss of lives in the country.
This morning, according to reliable reports, there has been a deadly accident near Garden City Mall.
The accident that occured on the stretch as you approach Allsops involved multiple cars on the busy Thika Superhighway.
The accident caused quite a bit of a snarlup but police are said to be at the scene handling the situation.
It's unclear as to how many people have been injured but we have no reports of fatalities as of this moment.
The cause of the accident has not been revealed by the authorities but they are assessing what went wrong.
Motorists are urged to always be careful to avoid these accidents during rush hour in the morning or evening.
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