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The increasing number of reported road accidents in the country have been on the rise with many Kenyans losing their lives on the roads. Motorists have been blamed for carelessness when on the road thus leading to the increasing number of accidents.
The challenge of Bad roads has also been identified as a leading cause with many roads in despicable conditions.
A family in Msawu village in Kishamba, Taita has been thrown into Mourning this morning after two family members were killed in a grisly road accident.
The accident happened at Mariwenyi and involved a motorcycle that was ferrying the two. The father and his son died on the spot while the rider sustained several life-threatening injuries.
The accident happened a few hours after another gruesome accident that killed over 20 people in londiani on Monday afternoon. The accident involved a mbukinya bus that was heading to Nairobi from Siaya.
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