A bus believed to be operated by the Mash poa bus company has reported to have rammed into another lorry around the Mai-Mahiu shopping center.the scene of the accident. Photo Twitter courtesy of ma3route.com
Several people are feared to be dead and others nursing serious injuries basing on the degree of damage on both vehicles though there's still no official statement to confirm that.
The bus was ferrying mourners from a funeral services as narrated by the onlookers who were at the scene through the official Twitter account of the ma3 route.
It can be noted from the pictures posted that the bus driver was on the right lane probably overtaking another vehicle before colliding with the lorry.
Kenyans want the town be marked as a black spot because of the rising number of accidents reported around the area and the route all the way to Narok.
Drivers have been asked to be vigilant and careful when plying that route. Equally, passengers on board should put on safety belts.
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