Road accidents in Kenya have been reportedly increasing day by day across different counties here in Kenya. Majority of these road accidents are spearheading due to human error and ignorance of obeying traffic rules and regulations. Many drivers don't obey traffic rules like not overlapping, overspeeding, overloading and many more.
Today another Terrible road accident has been reported along Eldoret, Webuye road in Bungoma. According to that accident report shared on Facebook by Sikika road safety group, it occured at Kaburengu bridge involving two pickups and a truck hence killing two people on the spot.
One truck ignited and burst into flames after that head of collision occurred hence sparking reactions among netizens.
The cause of that accident hasnot yet been mentioned but we are still following the updates and when we get the whole information we will get you notified. Kenyans on social media have elicited mixed reactions concerning that accident whereby some section of Kenyans have urged drivers to obey traffic rules and regulations while others have send their condolences messages to the family and friends of the victims.
Here are some of the reactions among netizens,
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