A police officer who was coordinating traffic at a road construction in Soko Mjinga along Nairobi-Nakuru is nursing some severe injuries after a driver of lorry ran over him.
The Wednesday morning mishap left travelers on board a Molo Line minibus nursing wounds at a similar emergency clinic.
Molo Line driver who addressed Kenyans.co.ke expressed that the truck driver didn't see the cop who was coordinating traffic at the road obstruction.
The truck driver allegedly let completely go and veered off the street hitting the Molo Line matatu which was headed to Nairobi from Nakuru.
Recordings and photos of the cop lying out and about were broadly coursed internet creating a ruckus among Kenyans who fought the erection of superfluous barriers along the Nakuru-Nairobi interstate.
In a different episode, four individuals lost their lives in a mishap that happened along the Nairobi-Mombasa Highway on the morning of Wednesday, July 21.
Different travelers who were on board the matatu supported genuine wounds. The episode that occurred at around 4:53 a.m. caused a growl up along the bustling thruway and nearby feeder streets prompting Kitengela and Namanga.
An observer disclosed to K24 TV that the matatu smashed the trailer from behind and different vehicles had almost experienced a similar destiny.
"It is dismal that lives have been lost due to an indiscreet street client. The trailer slowed down out and about and the driver didn't try to put markers or cautioning signs to direct the other street clients. A few vehicles almost smashed into the trailer before the matatu slammed on it.
"The matatu was speeding and there was no choice to turn the vehicle to one side as there was another approaching truck heading the other way," expressed the observer.
Fatalities from street mishaps have been on a vertical winding this year with 710 individuals answered to have lost their lives in a range of two months starting January 2021.
Government Spokesman Cyrus Oguna, while delivering the most recent figures in March 2021, noticed that the state was worried about the increment which was a spike from the earlier year's figure that remained at 562 for a similar period.
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