So far in the country we are recording increased number of accidents day by day from different counties.
Most accidents are avoidable if as far a's wewe are concerned to adhere to traffic rules and regulations.We are therefore advised to avoid the following while driving; overspeeding, overlapping, reckless driving and drink driving to be able to minimise the number of accidents in kur roads.
This morning on the Machakos kitui highway there have been a very sad and annoying incident.According to report from the scene a grade 2 pupil has been knocked down by a speeding truck.
The Wells Fargo Courier truck hit the kidogo and sped off from the scene living the kid lying on the ground.
The body is still lying on the ground as police have not yet arrived at the scene.The kidogo died on the spot.
We as well pleed with the government to put proper bumps and sign board to notify motorist of the student crossing and as well as zebra crossing.
We urge road user to observe traffic rule and also bei very keen on the road to avoid this types of accident.
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