Tragedy As A Salon Car Crashes Into A Supermarket Last Night
By @254News | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 106 views
21st, March 2021
Last Saturday night, a driver of a salon car drove right into a supermarket located at OLA petrol station near ABC place in Nairobi.
The driver who was allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol caused damages of an unknown value to the Supermarket after ramming through the building to send items on the shelves and shattered glasses flying in all directions.
However, there were no casualties reported due to the incident, and the driver will be arraigned to court after he was arrested.
Similar accident cases caused by drunk drivers have recently been up the notch. Just days ago the lookalike son to former Governor, Ferdinand Waititu was arrested for drink-driving.
Brian Ndung'u who was evidently drunk while driving in Nairobi's Muindi Mbingu Street was arrested by the patrol police and ordered by the court to pay a fine of Ksh. 20,000 or serve three months of a jail term.
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