On Saturday, 11 people lost their lives after a horrifying road accident along the busy Kitui highway.
According to sources, a matatu that was ferrying locals back from a Dowry celebration lost control and rolled several times killing 11 on the spot.
Nevertheless, after the horrifying accident, a man who was inside the vehicle has revealed one costly mistake the driver did that left several dead.
Ir has emerged that the driver was drunk before the journey back home a mistake that could have costed the 11 lives.
During the weekend, atleast 22 people lost their lives in two separate accidents.
A majority of these accidents have been caused by some rogue drivers who were either overspeeding or drunk driving.
Drivers have been urged to slow down and observe the set road rules and guidelines to prevent such horrible collisions.
Kenyans have also been cautioned on driving in vehicles with drunk drivers, they have been urged to speak up and report them ASAP.
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