Scores Feared Dead in a Tragic Head-on Collision Between a PSV and a Personal Car
By Culver | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 38 views
There was a deadly road accident that happened along the Limuru highway after two vehicles got involved in a head-on collision. The accident involved a public service vehicle and personal car. Witnesses said that one of their drivers tried to overtake unaware of the oncoming car before the incident.
The accident victims were rushed to the hospital in critical conditions. The passengers in the matatu incurred severe injuries but good samaritans arrived just in time to save their lives. The victims including a young baby with the mother suffered serious injuries.
This is happening. A day after another accident was reported in the same area. Drivers have been cautioned against speeding along that place since it seems to be a black spot.
Besides they've been told to ensure that they take heed of the national transport Safety Authority of Kenya's advice and regulations to avoid such accidents. It is every road user's responsibility to ensure that the rules to road safety are strictly followed.
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