Accidents in Kenya have been on the rise with the National Transport and Safety Authority urging Kenyans to always be careful to avoid such scenes.
These accidents, in most cases have been caused by recklessness as well as non compliance to traffic rules on the part of some motorists.
This afternoon, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us from the Nairobi National Park, there has been an accident involving a tourist vehicle.
The accident is said to have happened moments ago when the Toyota Land Cruiser that is used for sight seeing lost control and ended up overturning.
No fatalities have been reported from the scene of the accident in the Nairobi National Park as per the reliable reports that we have with us.
The injured have been evacuated from the place and taken to hospital as per the reports that we have with us from the scene.
The accident that happened moments ago left the tourists a bit shaken but everything has been brought under control by the park authorities.
Let us know your thoughts and opinions on this latest development in the comments section below this article.
Picture courtesy. Image from the scene of the accident in the park.
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