A grab image from the scene of accident. Picture Courtesy nation.africa
A woman at Makutano Junction will have today live forever in infamy after she narrowly escaped death. This was after her car veered off the road and slid into a ditch. The accident happened at the wee hours of the morning today.
One of the witnesses said it was a miracle the owner of the car was still alive. She said the survivor should thank God and if she is not a believer she should start attending church religiously. Although the car was considerably damaged, the driver only got minor injuries.
Locals in the area said the area was a black spot. According to the area residents, vehicles often lose control in that part of the road. They urged the relevant authorities to upgrade the road to make sure such accidents do not happen in future.
The spot is a risk to the traders who sell their products along the road. Luckily today no one was injured from the unfortunate accident. The accident was first reported by Nation Media Group. You can watch the video here.
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