A deadly accident has been witnessed today in Kaburengu market along Eldoret-Bungoma highway after several cars crashed. As reported by "Sikika Road Safety" these cars were moving to Bungoma county when they had a head on clash. It has been reported that there were some heavy load trucks which often transport goods to neighboring country Uganda. It has also been reported that a truck, matatu, pickup and personal car crashed on the spot and a huge fire was witnessed. Police officers and other villagers arrived to the scene with immediate effect. Many people came so that they can rescue travelers who were caught in the accident. Several passengers are feared dead and others are in a critical condition. There have been several ambulances trying to ferry people from the scene to nearby hospitals so that they can be given immediate check up. At the moment, several cars have been reduced to ashes while others are badly damaged. The number of causalities has not yet been established since police officers claim there might be some bodies stuck inside. Drivers have been requested to be so keen when using these busy highways. This is a very sad afternoon report. Rest In Peace.
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