Road accidents cases have been reported across different counties here in Kenya. Most road accidents are spearheading due to human ignorance on obeying traffic rules and regulations.
When most of this road accidents occurs, many people lose their lives while other sustaining more physical injuries. People should follow what is required for them while driving so that more lives can be saved.
The ministry of transport has issued some directives on dealing with road accidents cases in this country, for example it has issued a clear procedures to overlapping, overspeeding etc. And also executing huge fine for those individuals who disobey those traffic rules.
Today a road accident involving a Tuk tuko and a saloon car has been reported in Mombasa county. According to the report that was shared on Facebook.
That accident happened after tuk tuk driver wrongly changed the lane at Jomo Kenyatta avenue round about hence causing a minor damage on xtrail of a saloon car.
Facebook photo courtesy
Drivers should be careful when driving inorder to save their lives and that of other people. Those who ignore traffic rules should be reported immediately to the nearest authority.
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