Netizens Reacts After Seeing This Photo Of A Car Accident
By AdamuNaAwa | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 2834 views
This accident just happened at Eldoret town near the stage. Fortunately, there were no fatalities except some minor injuries. This vehicle belong to a lady who entered an open drainage mistakenly. The cause is yet to be known.(Photo| Courtesy)
Eldoret is prone to open ditches and drainages in the town. The ministry of road at Uasin Gishu should consider doing the following so as to minimize accidents in the county. This open drainage should be covered or rails should be constructed along them so as to minimize fatalities for the new drivers in the town. The roads should be marked clearly for better visibility.
Netizen have reacted hilariously to this post after seeing how the accident happened. They said that the car was thirsty it needed water. Others say that the steering wheel may have locked since it directly went into the ditch.What do you thing should happen to minimize accident at Kenyan towns and roads?
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