A serious accident has occurred in the Mlolongo exit of the Nairobi Expressway during the rush hours of the evening. This accident has left passengers as well as one Nairobi Expressway worker succumbing to injuries and have been taken to the hospital.
About a week ago anothee accident happened on the new road leaving one person dead and others nursing injuries. On Monday evening, an Embassava bus and a personal car which were moving on the exit lane, were involved in a serious accident leaving about 20 passenger and one worker of the newly constructed road with injuries. The two vehicles flipped over after the accident hitting the Mlolongo exit toll booth with an attendant inside. The personal car driver escaped unharmed by a thin line.
National Police Service Spokesman Bruno Shioso said that, "The Embasava bus hit it from behind causing it to roll 4 times landing on its side. The matatu driver was injured and rushed to hospital. The personal vehicle driver escaped unscathed."
KENHA has since confirmed the accident and is advising drivers to use the Syokimau toll station to enter or exit the Nairobi Expressway.
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