Reports of a well-known female politician being involved in a grisly road accident along the busy Nairobi- Nakuru highway emerged online.
According to reports, Dr. Elizabeth Keitany who is aspiring to be the next governor of Elgeyo Marakwet was involved in a grisly road accident near Salgaa, a place where is known to be a black spot for road accidents.
Sources revealed that Dr. Elizabeth was heading to her home after a meeting in Nairobi when her vehicle lost control for unknown reasons before it rammed head-on collision with another vehicle.
Good samaritans rushed to the scene and rescued the victims. Dr. Elizabeth Keitany and her driver were suffered minor injuries and were taken to the hospital.
Police officers were informed and toured the scene to investigate the cause of the accident, no facilities were reported. The two vehicles were taken to a nearby police station for inspections. Drivers have been asked to go slow while driving to avoid such accidents.
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