There has been a deadly accident at Karen, Nairobi this evening which has involved two personal cars and a lorry. From the pictures, the accident, appears to be quite deadly and we can only hope that people made it out alive.
During this rush hour, Kenyans are rushing home to beat the 10PM curfew that has been set in place by the government. Sometimes, this rush to get home can lead to some serious accidents on our roads.
The accident occured at Karen Community Church on the highway according to reports. One of the personal cars appears to have been totally crashed by the overturned lorry.
Drivers are urged to ensure that they follow traffic rules at all times of the day. This guarantees that we cannot see such accidents on our roads which lead to loss of lives and damage to millions of shillings worth of property.
It's sti unclear if there are serious injuries or people who have succumbed. We will definitely keep you posted as this story develops.
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