A video of a rogue Matatu driver making a huge blunder before killing a petrol attendant in Ruaka emerged online leading to a somber mood among Kenyans.
According to the source, the accident occurred at Rosslyn Total petrol station which is located in Ruaka. In a video, people are seen moving up and down going on with their usual business.
CCTV footage which was extracted from the scene of the accident showed two petrol tenants attending to two vehicles which had just arrived for refilling at the station.
Within a few minutes, a matatu driver failed to control the vehicle and rammed into the petrol station where the vehicle hit a woman who was attending to customers.
Her colleague escaped death narrowly, the driver was seen coming out of the vehicle and disappearing from the scene of the accident. Indeed if the driver could do his best to control the vehicle or apply emergency breaks he could have saved the life of that innocent woman who died in the line of duty.
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