A tragic accident has been reported involving Alpha Coach heading to Garissa from Nairobi. According to a post seen on Sikika Road Safety page, several people are feared dead on the same road crash. They shared a video whereby a voice of a woman was heard crying in pain. They claimed that the scene was graphic and that is why they cannot give a full coverage of the accident.
Some Kenyans rushed to the comment section claiming that most buses in that route at always driven at a supersonic speed. They lamented that the driver of the crashed bus might be the cause of the accident. Other felt sorry for the affected passengers who were still trapped inside the wrecked bus.[Photo Courtesy]
Another person says that it is so sad to see someone who boded the bus alive coming out either injured or dead. There are those who believe that we need to pray for our roads and declare no premature death again. We wish those who are badly injured quick recovery while those who have died that the rest in peace. Here are some painful reactions from some Kenyans.
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