Road accidents have day by day continued to be reported onto our roads despite efforts being done to curb them. Young, Middle-aged and even old people are losing their life's on the road due to negligence of road rules and regulations.
Earlier this morning, a very tragic road accident involving a PSV Vehicle and a lorry was witnessed along the Karatina-Kerugoya road. The PSV Vehicle (Nissan) belongs to 2nk Sacco which has vehicle's that plies along the Karatina and Kerugoya route's.
From the photos shared by Festus Unity Karatina in his Facebook account, the Nissan is seen to have rolled several times before it came into an abrupt stop at a certain farm.
It is said that a contractor who is maintaining the road removed a guard that was standing along a river which is along the road hence turning the road to a hotspot.
Driver's are therefore advised to drive safely when using the road as they exercise high degrees of vigilance.
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