Several lives in peril on Saturday morning were saved by members of the public after a head on collision on the Naivasha-Nairobi highway near Uthiru.
According to on lookers, the accident occurred after an exhauster, fully loaded with sewage, lost its brakes with the driver losing control of the vehicle.
The lorry then switched to the opposite lane where it collided head on with six-wheeler Isuzu truck.
The accident totaled put both vehicles with the cabin of the white Isuzu truck completely damaged. The exhauster had its tank damaged and this had disastrous consequences.
Full of sewage, the tank burst at two points and immediately begun depositing its contents on the road.
"I can testify the report and can appreciate the wananchi for saving those who were trapped inside the two vehicles," wrote Harry John.
According to reports on social media, onlookers saved the lives of the people involved in the accident. This was no mean feat with the contents of the exhauster truck definitely being a turn off.
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