Two men died and one sustained injuries after their vehicle veered off the road at arboretum, Nairobi County.
Eye witnesses said the Tuesday morning accident took place at around 9am.
Arboretum area police boss who confirmed the incident said the Tuesday morning incident involved a Toyota Land Cruiser.
The three men were heading to a construction site in Donholm before the accident happened.
Only two traffic police officers were at the site by press time.
Good samaritans, Kenya Red Cross group alongside the locals assisted police in removing the two bodies from the wreckage.
The two bodies were moved to Nairobi County hospital mortuary awaiting postmortem and further identification.
The area residents attributed the Tuesday morning road accident to overspeeding adding that the road is narrow and needs expansion.
The injured victim was rushed to Nairobi town hospital for emergency treatment.
They are now calling upon the Kenya National Highways Authority alongside the county government to chip in and expand the road.
The latest development comes only hours after six lost their lives in Kamakis after their car was sliced into pieces with overspeeding lorry.
Investigations into the Tuesday morning incident is ongoing.
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