Four people, two men, a woman, and her child have reportedly died after their car rammed into a clean water lorry at "Bangale" area along the Nairobi - Garissa highway.
According to the sources the driver of the Toyota Landcruiser was heading to Nairobi from Garrisa when he lost control, went off-road hitting the parked lorry from behind.
From the photos shared the car is greatly deformed beyond repair which shows zero chances of survival. No serious damages were made to the lorry.￼Netizens bashed both the vehicles' driver for overspeeding carelessly and the relevant government authorities for not securing the highway since similar accidents have once occurred.
@Sos Peter- "the underlying belly will become a law when a politician finds himself in that situation"
[Some of the reaction]
Speed kills, while driving always stick to the required speed that is 80Km/h. Remember hurry has no blessings and it's better late than never.
May they rest in peace.
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