Road accidents has emerged to be among the the recent past life takers.According to the statistics that has been conducted globally,about 1.25 billion people die from road accidents annually.This indicates thatt either roads are in the bad conditions or most of the road users are so careless.
According to national transport and safety authority (NTSA),about 4000 people lose their lives in Kenya annually due to the road accidents.All of us can confess that our drivers are so careless as they do not follow the stipulated road rules and regulations.Many drivers have turned to be rogue day in day out.
Over the recent past,we have been seeing news highlighting the occurrence of the accidents in the various parts of the country.This now raises an alarm that the national government should do something through its ministry of transport so that the rate at which accidents take place can be controlled successfully.
News has just come in that there is an accident that has happened along Bungoma - Malabar highway involving a lorry and a car.According to the eye witnesses present in the area,they say that the lorry lost control and rammed over the personal car where the car driver is said to have been seriously injured and died on the spot.
Photos from the scene of the accident;
The police officers are in the area of the accident scene as they are preparing on how to move the body of the deceased to mogue.
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