Remains of the wreckage (Photo Courtesy: Facebook)
Kenyan drivers have always been urged to be very careful on the roads and adhere to the NTSA rules as speed kills innocent road users.
The Mombasa Nairobi highway was ranked as the most dangerous road, but there are other roads that have claimed several lives with the Narok Kisii highway being among them.
Seven people lost their lives in a tragic road accident which involved a passenger service vehicle and a tractor.
According to Sikika Road Safety news podcast, the PSV vehicle was travelling from Nairobi to Kisii Town when it rammed into a tractor that left seven passengers dead while four of them in critical condition.
The PsV is claimed to be of Transline Galaxy sacco which operates in the Nairobi Kisii route. This road accident has left Kenyans call out to the Government to expand some roads which are too narrow to accommodate psvs, personal cars, tractors and trailers.
May they rest in peace.
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