A nasty road accident has occured along Nairobi and Naivasha highway involving a toyota probox and a fourteen seater Matatu where several passengers have been injured and some are feared dead.Onlookers who were present at the scene of the accident said that the Toyota probox was being driven at a very high speed before it lost controlled and rammed into the Matatu.
A Nissan wish is another vehicle which became victim of the nasty accident after the Matatu driver lost control after being hit ramming into it injuring several occupants of that vehicle.Police officers have since arrived at the scene of crime where they have confirmed the accident and have already confirmed that the injured passengers.
They have said that there are higher chances of several passengers being dead stating that they have already started recovering the bodies from the wreakages of the vehicles.Police have since advised Kenyans to be very watchful especially during this festive season saying that roads are busy hence it calls for a lot of concentration.
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