Motorists are always advised to be extra careful and to adhere to all traffic rules so as to avoid some of the accidents that are witnessed on our roads daily.
Picture courtesy. Image from scene of accident.
Yesterday, a Double M bus swerved when it was still on high speed and overturned at Upper Hill near the TSC Headquarters Building killing one on the spot.
This morning, there has been a deadly accident next to Galleria Mall that is found on the busy Langata Road.
Police are not yet on site but the public is busy helping the injured make their way out of the vehicle that is overturned in the middle of the road.
It's unclear how the vehicle overturned in the accident that happened a few moments ago on the busy road.
Matatu drivers are urged to be extra careful given that they carry many people to and from their destinations every other hour of every day.
It's unclear as to the number of injuries from the matatu but there seems to be no casualties to report in the meantime.
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