The residents of Cheptebo have witnessed a road accident along Kabarnet-Iten road. This accident involved a Toyota Premio and a pickup. Fortunately, the four people involved in this incident suffered injuries.
The eyewitnesses say that the driver of the Premio car was spotted overspeeding. Suddenly, the driver took an emergency brake that affected a pick-up which was following this car from behind. The two vehicles knocked each other causing the pick-up to roll several times. The Premio driver tried to escape by speeding off but was nabbed in Biretwo center.
In the comment section, some netizens have blamed the Premio driver for careless driving and overseeing while some say that the drivers in charge of both cars should be charged.
"Offence of the Premio ni? pickup to be charged for the offense of causing an accident by failing to keep distance and careless driving," Boniface
"How closely should you follow another car........ Munamwonea Premio," Judith
What is your take on this?
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