The country has so far this year experienced series of incidents involving different people over the course of the year, with accidents, cases of murders, fire outbreaks and even attempted murder being the on the headlines of most social media platforms.
The country have had to deal with all these cases, with the government unable to deal with this cases and mostly arriving at the scene of the crimes after the have already happened to the extent citizens have always cried foul from the government.
Residents of Kebirigo Market in Nyamira county have today witnessed a sad accident involving two vehicles, a car and a nissan matatu at the Kisii-Kericho highway.One of the vehicles(the Nissan Matatu vehicle) was making a turn when the car which was high speed hit it.
The dangerous accident happened at around 7.30 pm when the driver who was heading home on high speed hit a nissan on his way which was making a turn at the Kebirigo - Nyamira stage.Thanks be to God that none of the occupants received serious injuries.
The traffic police from Nyamira police station have since taken the two vehicles to the station after making their investigations.So what do you think about this? Like, comment, share and follow for more news.
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