Road accidents are increasing at a higher rate and most of them are caused by careless drivers who are driving vehicles at a supersonic speed along the highways. According to the latest news by TV47, a Toyota Land Cruiser has rammed into a water browser along the Garissa-Nairobi highway. Reporting the case, Tana North Sub-County police commander has revealed that the lorry was not in motion at the time of the accident, but was parked on the road shoulder which confused the Prado driver.
Two men, one woman, and a child have died, while the driver survived but was rushed to Garissa County Hospital with serious injuries. The driver and the turn boy who parked this bowser along the road went into hiding after witnessing this accident, but police are carrying out some investigations to ensure that they arrest them.
This is a huge blow to drivers who have been having this habit because it may end up causing the death of many innocent citizens who travel daily using buses or personal cars. Traffic police should also ensure that they arrest those who have not been following the rules which govern the transport sector and make sure that they face the law followed by heavy fines which will serve as an example to their colleagues. Help me send a message of condolence to the family of the ones who died by clicking and commenting on this article.
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