Accidents on highways have been on the rise in the recent past with the government uncertain what to do to mitigate this scourge that has plagued our nation.
Accidents are allegedly caused by non-compliance with the highway code and the unconscious of some drivers on the roads according to reports from the National Transport and Safety Authority, NTSA.
Reports reaching us this morning is that three people have been confirmed dead following a fatal road accident which involved a track.
According to the source, the accident occured at Kipkaren along Eldoret Malaba highway after the said truck lost control and rammed into a boda boda stage.
One man lost one of his legs' toes after they were chopped off in the accident.
According to eyewitness told the truck Uganda bound sped across Kipkaren River bridge and ran into a boda boda shade, colliding with and crashing two motorcycle in the process.
"The rider of one of the motorcycle was trying to cross the road with his pavilion and was hit, and his bike crashed," said the witness.
The other motorcycle was parked at the boda boda shade.
The witness said Pedestrians are among three feared dead.
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