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Several Feared Dead In Road Accident Along GM Nairobi

Several 'bodaboda' drivers are feared to have succumbed to death after road accident happened. That accident has been reported to have happened at GM (General Motors) in Nairobi

How the accident occured. 

According to the reports that we are recieving from the eye witness in the spot, is that the truck lost control when it was approaching. After the truck driver lost control, the truck headed where the motorcyclist drivers were parking waiting for customers. 

The truck smashed the 'bodaboda' drivers as the driver tried to regain the control of the truck. Amongst the accident several drivers who were chilling at motorists station are feared dead and others injured.

Several 'bodaboda' were dismantled by the wait of the truck as it drived past them. A lot of other small damages have been reported from that accident. 

The way out sorted.

After accident occured, GM road has experienced much traffic jam as residents and travellers already camped to see. Police officers were informed of the incident to came and rescue. 

According to the reports, police officers has arrived to the scene and necessary processes are being carried out.

Those who are injured will be taken to the nearest health center to recieve treatment. 

The track will be taken to nearest pilice station as further information awaits. Tension is very high amongst the 'bodaboda' drivers becouse of their colleagues who are nursing injuries and damaged source of income.

We are waiting for other news about what the government will do about it. We shall keep you updated as any progress will be detected from the incident. 

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