Motorists are always cautioned to be extra careful on the highways to avoid some of the accidents that are witnessed on a daily basis.
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It's imperative that drivers take caution and observe all traffic rules everytime so as to ensure that no harm comes to them and any other road user.
Driving under the required speeds is another important aspect of being a good and careful driver.
This morning, there has been a terrible accident on Outering Road as a Toyota Probox and a Toyota Ractis are said to have overturned.
The accident happened this morning on the busy highways and this is now causing a major traffic jam on the road.
According to an eye witness statement, the Probox is said to have been driven at a breakneck speed when it lost control and overturned on the highway.
The Toyota Probox is lying on the ditch on the side of the highway but Kenya National Highway Authority officers are already on site.
We urge drivers to always be careful on the highways so as to avoid such accidents on our roads.
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