A deadly accident occured at Kivandini near Matuu town involving a motorcycle and a bus driver .This was reported today evening and a source reveals that the vehicles engaged in a head on collision with other vehicles which were on the other side of the road..The bodaboda cyclist sadly went to the land of no return and other injured people taken to the nearest hospital .
Drivers have always been warned severally of observing road safety but some violate these rules.Unfortunately,this happens to hit their dead ears where most end up ignoring until when one falls a victim.Its hightime all and sundry driving becomes cautious and watchful on every step they take while on the road to avoid minor accidents that lead to fatalities.
All Kenyans approaching the place are advised to take caution especially the drivers.Investigations by police are currently underway as we await their final say.Opera union also wishes to send our quick recovery messages to those injured in the accident.Feel free to share,comment and follow.
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