The drunk driver is alleged to have caused an accident as he moving a patient to the hospital in Kabarnet Baringo county. On board were patients who has a referral to the Baringo county and as the driver tried to rush them to the hospital he lost control of the vehicle leading to the accident.
The ambulance is allegedly from the Kenya Red Cross and now all fingers are said to be pointed to the driver who deliberately decided to engage himself in such a situation of drinking and driving such sensitive vehicle.
"Ambulance belonging to their Kenya Red Cross has been involved in an accident. The driver was reportedly drunk and was taking patients to Kabarnet hospital for referral." Posted by NTV Kenya.
So far there are no reported cases of casualties. The ambulances are in most cases considered as special interest vehicles once they are on the roads as they are always used to save lives. Vehicles will clear the roads for them once they are on a siren and it is in rare cases can you find them involved in accidents unless it is a mess caused by the drivers.
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