Two deadly accidents today happened in the country. One in an area called Moiben in Uasin-gishu county near Eldoret town and the other one on Kitui- Kibwezi road. The accident on Kitui-Kibwezi road was posted on social media by Motorists Association of Kenya describing it as horrible.
The accident was allegedly caused by a motorcycle rider who blindly joined the main road oblivious of an oncoming matatu belonging to Kinatwa Sacco. The accident left the motorcycle rider dead and three other passengers on board the Matatu.
There was another accident in Moiben which involved a tractor and a small Toyota car at Rayfarm boy band was in Uasin Gishu county. The number of casualties are not yet known, but according to the pictures from the scene, the damage was devastating.
This comes at a time when there seems to be an increase in the number of road accidents in the country. Motorists and other road users must be careful to avoid laws of life and damages associated with road carnage.
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