Two teenagers have today lost their lives in a horrific accident that occurred today along the famous southern bypass after their car lost control and rammed a guard rail at the side of the road.
Their car was totally crushed in what resembles the mighty Kingkong smashing it by it's huge hands, sadly all occupants perished on the spot.
The witness informed sources that the occupants were intoxicated, as a strong odor of alcohol could be felt all over the rec age while the rescuers pulled the bodies out of the mangled wreckage.
Many drivers who spoke on the matter said that the Southern Bypass is prone to speeding, which has resulted in numerous lives being lost.
They have called on the government to intervene and educate our road users on the benefits of observing road safety.
Our consulting efforts is to ensure we respect traffic rules which is the only way to avoid such accident that happen on a daily basis.
We are deeply saddened by yet again by the huge loss for the families involved, we wish them all the best in these trying times as they mourn their loved ones.
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