Narok Grisly Accident That Has Left One Fighting for His Life
By Kezz96 | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 0 views
Road accidents have increased lately. This is mainly because of the drivers' carelessness on the roads. Some road users have decided not to care any more, they have decided to violate traffic rules and regulations that are make to save lives. They are driving under the influence of alcohol, they drive at very high speeds they are not able to control, they overtake carelessly and stop and wrong points.
A very bad accident has just occurred near Narok arena. It is alleged that the driver was driving at very high speeds that he was unable to control. He then lost control and hit the guarding rails.
Until when will the roads continue to claim the lives of people. In almost daily basis, an accident is being reported. These accidents mainly involve bodaboda riders. Something needs to be done fo instance, The alcohol blow rule should be at every police checkpoint to prevent drunk driving
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