In the past few weeks kenyans have been waking up to scary scenes and sad news of loved ones having succumbed to some horrible road accident across the country.
A majority of these accidents have occurred after the drivers werw found to be overspeeding or not observing the set road rules and guidelines.
However in another shocking incident, a driver is fighting for his life after a deadly road accident along the busy Thika super highway.
In clip shared by Kameme tv, the said Subaru driver lost control of his vehicle nearly plunging down the other road at the gwakairu bypass bridge.
The accident has attracted a huge crowd as many watch the scene in disbelief.
A Majority of netizens who reacted to the worrying clip suggested that the driver might have been tipsy.
Drunk driving has been a thorn in the flesh for quite a while now with these rogue drivers pausing a danger to a all road users.
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