A deadly accident in Baringo has left several passengers nursing severe injuries after a personal vehicle and a 14-Seater matatu rammed on each other along Ravine-Makutano road.
In a report released by Tv47, they revealed that two passengers are feared dead due to the impact sustained after the Collision of the two vehicles. According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, the personal vehicle is said to have been trying to overtake a vehicle that was in front of it.
This was followed by a deadly accident after the vehicle came into contact with a vehicle that was coming from the opposite direction and in attempts to evade a possible head-on collision, the driver took a wrong turn this hitting the public service vehicle with passengers in it.
Unluckily, two passengers were declared dead on the spot with several others sustaining injuries.
This accident has once more, sparked a lot of mixed reactions from Kenyans who expressed their views and opinions on the same suggestions on what should be done to reduce the increasing number of accidents in the first place.
With a section of Kenyan blaming these accidents on The poor state of roads, others called upon all road users to make sure they follow all the traffic rules and regulations to reduce the already increasing number of accidents in Kenya.
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