In the recent months, we have witnessed a spate of road accidents in the country leading to a lot people losing their lives. It is alleged that more than half of all road traffic deaths are among vulnerable road and careless driving.
Fatal accidents on the Naivasha -Nairobi highway have risen sharply since the dusk-to-dawn curfew was lifted.
This has been blamed on speeding and careless driving, with the majority of the accidents involving public service vehicles.
According to latest reports reaching us, Two people have lost their lives in an early morning accident along the busy Naivasha – Nairobi highway.
As reported by K24, it is alleged that the driver of the ill-fated vehicle was overtaking when he collided with an oncoming vehicle.
Two men died and one woman was seriously injured in the accident near Karai centre in Naivasha. The three were in the same car.
The accident occurred after a Nairobi-bound car collided with an oncoming bus as it tried to overtake, killing two front occupants on the spot. The bodies were taken to a local mortuary and the wreck was towed to a police station.
Naivasha police division boss Samuel Waweru attributed the accident to speeding and careless driving, adding that three people on the bus escaped with slight injuries and were taken to Naivasha Subcounty Hospital.
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