Three people are nursing serious injuries after a saloon car they were riding in crushed into an electric pole along the Nairobi’s Sothern Bypass, killing two of their colleagues on the spot. The tragic road accident happened yesterday night.
According to eyewitness account present at the scene of the accident, the 5 occupants, believed to be in their teenage, appeared drunk and the driver, who was speeding and allegedly under the influence of alcohol lost control of their vehicle before swerving and ramming into the electric pole next to the Ngong Road Overpass.
The survivors were rushed to hospital by Good Samaritans while in critical condition.
The occupants have also been identified to be 2 girls and 3 boys. All of them teenagers.
Graphic photos shared online revealed how badly damaged the car was upon impact with the pole.
Concerned stakeholders like Skika Road Safety have cautioned parents to desist from leaving their vehicles at the mercies of their young children.
Click here to watch video (graphic).
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