Terrible Scenes on Mombasa Road After A Truck Lost Direction Before Crashing Several BodaBoda
By lemmymbelle | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 17240 views
Photo Courtesy. Image taken from a previous incident.
In the past few hours, road accidents have almost become a normal thing with several incidents of road accidents reported across the country. According to current statistics, there has been an upsurge in the number of road accidents since the turn of the year.
Bad roads coupled with careless driving among motorists have been given as the main reasons for the increased number of these accidents.
A few hours ago, A truck is reported to have lost control and Rammed into several bodaboda just past general motors on Mombasa Road.
It is unclear how many people were injured or killed so far.
The information was revealed by Sikika road safety on Facebook. "Sad news just in. A serious accident involving a truck and several boda boda riders at GM Mombasa road kindly share to reach police ndio wafike on time because you know what might happen. We are following up.
More information to follow.
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