Kenyans have sharply reacted after CCTV footage of an accident at the expressway toll station at Mlolongo, where several passengers were injured and rushed to hospital after a bus lost control emerged. Report shared through social media platforms indicates that a 32 seater matatu full of passengers lost control and rammed into another vehicle at Mlolongo Toll Station exit.
According to the CCTV footage clip, the bus was speeding on the newly launched Nairobi Expressway before it rammed into the car whose driver was being cleared by the expressway authorities. Therefore drivers and motorists have been warned against driving carelessly and overspending especially in the busy highways.
Importantly, those who were rescued have been rushed to the nearby hospitals. Therefore over 20 people have sustained injuries following the fatal road accident.
According the report shared by Kenya National Highways Authority, the victims were all occupants of the bus that was moving from Nairobi to Kitengela during the incident.
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