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Deadly Accident at Carnivore on Langata Interchange Causing Massive Traffic Jam

Motorists are always advised to be extra careful on the roads to avoid some of the accidents that are witnessed on our roads on a daily basis.

Picture courtesy. Image from the scene.

A few days ago, the National Transport and Safety Authority, NTSA, released statistics that showed this has been one of the most deadly years on the roads.

Many people have lost their lives on the road and millions of damages to goods as well as vehicles that would otherwise be contributing to the betterment of the economy.

Picture courtesy. Image from the scene.

This morning, there has been a deadly collision of three vehicles on the Langata Interchange that is found on the busy Southern Bypass Highway.

According to an eye witness who reported through social media, this is the exact same place that someone lost their life yesterday in another accident.

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The accident is said to have been caused by a truck that swerved into the fast lane and in the process hit two vehicles from behind.

One of the vehicles was a pickup truck that in turn lost control and hit an electric pole which is now down on the highway this morning.

The place is said to be dangerous and the National Highway Authority has been told to do something about the bumps that have been placed there without a warning.

The accident has caused a major traffic jam on the southern Bypass that started about an hour ago and continues to this moment.

Many drivers are stopping to take a look at the accident scene and this is what is mainly causing most of the traffic jam.

It is still unclear how many people have been injured in the accident but all efforts are being done to resume normalcy on the busy highway this morning.

Picture courtesy. Image from the scene.

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