Several overhead power connections lines usually pass beside busy roads and highways across the country because of how clear and effective it is to deal with any faulty issues.
However, some of these lines pose some dangers to the general public if they fall over the road and maybe the Kenya Power and Lightning Company acts slowly to the emergency.
According to reliable Ma3 Route news podcast, the two poles holding a transformer along Elgeyo Marakwet Road in Kilimani have tumbled over, making the transformer and other live wires scatter all over the road posing serious dangers.
The reports claim that the old poles might have been dragged over by the weight of the transformer leading to this situation which needs urgent response to avoid electrocution of the members of the public.
"13:33 @KenyaPower_Care @KenyaPower . We urgently need your emergency technical team ASAP at Elgeyo Marakwet Rd, Kilimani. via @Wwangechi_leah." The reports stated.
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