Every day many people loss their lives in roads and other sustain serious injuries that left many of them incapacitated. Many deaths on our roads are caused by careless driving, overspending, driving under the influence of alcohol and other substances. Failure to obey traffic rule is also one of the cause of accidents in Kenya.
Traffic police officer sometimes too contribute to road carnages in the country as they collude with rogue drivers in our roads leading to many accidents that have resulted to untimely demise of many Kenyans.
Yesterday evening five people have lost their life and four have sustained serious in a grissy road accidents in Tharaka Nthi county. According to the source public service vehicle colluded at Nithi black spot in Tharaka Nithi county. The rescue team from the county government are now at the seen and the bodies of five people killed have been taken to the nearby morgue.
Police have urged the road users and drive to be careful while on the road to avoid occurence of such accidents that have claimed more lives.
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