A driver of a saloon car has died on the spot after his car rammed on a stalled trailer at the southern bypass, near visual bridge off to Kibera. The overspeeding vehicle hit hard the lorry at the rear end.
The driver succumbed to the injuries while no other individual was hurt. Eyewitnesses revealed that the driver was driving at a fast speed before his vehicle lost control and whiled towards the lorry. Luckily, there were no pedestrians near who could have escaped serious injuries.
Police have started an investigation to determine what exactly led to the accident. Both the lorry and the wrecked car have been impounded by Police to help investigation matters. Residents have also expressed their concern on the raising incidents of accidents over high speed which is risking their safety on the road.
Police have cautioned drivers on reckless driving which has been the main cause of accidents to ensure safety of all road users. The accident also has caused a long traffic in the area given that the accident occurred at the evening rush hours.
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