Londiani has been in the news in the past few days for all the wrong reasons given the number of accidents that happen on the highway that passes through the place.
Picture courtesy. Image from scene.
A few days ago, several young men and women lost their lives while more were left fighting for their lives when the matatu they were travelling in to Kisumu for a birthday party overturned.
This morning, reports are that there is a truck that is burning in the middle of the busy highway in Londiani.
The truck has overturns and allegedly caught fire and is now blazing dangerously as other Motorists drive by the wreck.
It's unclear as to why and who set the truck on fire this morning on that road but police are said to be at the scene already.
Motorists plying that route are advised to be extra careful as they approach the section with the burning truck on the highway.
A few days ago, a truck was burnt by an irate Bodaboda mob on the Eldoret-Kitale Highway after it knocked down a young girl and his father who were on a bicycle.
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