Accidents on the Kenyan highways have been on the rise in the recent past where hundreds of people have lost their lives in unimaginable ways.
Picture courtesy. Image from the scene.
The accidents are usually caused by overspeeding and carelessness by motorists who have been warned to always be careful to avoid these accidents that lead to loss of lives on the roads.
This afternoon, there has been a nasty collision on the Eldoret-Nakuru Highway involving a matatu full of passengers.
This accident has left several people injured but there are no casualties according to the information that we currently have.
It's unclear as to how the accident happened on the busy highway a few moments ago this afternoon.
The accident is causing a bit of a snarlup and motorists have been warned to be extra careful as they approach the stretch at Kibunja.
Motorists have been advised to be extra careful on the highways to avoid such scenarios that happen on a daily basis.
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