|Photo Courtesy Of The Accident|
Many people are continuing to lose their life's on our roads even a time when the whole world is ending to a festive season. Several family members are currently mourning the loss of their lovely one's as other road survivors get's hospitalized on sustaining serious injuries.
A nasty road accident involving two motorcycles has this evening been witnessed at Muuani area's along the Sultan Hamud - Kasikeu Road in Mukaa Constituency, Makueni County. The accident claimed the life's of three people who are; the 2 boda boda rider's and one passenger.
It is said that the two motorcycles from opposite directions were moving at a higher speed before they entered into an head to head collision.
Driver's or rider's are always advised to be careful and extra vigilant while on the road for the safety of everyone. Also, vehicles and motorcycles should not exceed the recommended speed whenever being driven to avoid accidents.
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