It is a sad moment for the WRC Safari Rally after horrifying news of an accident involving one of the cars was witnessed earlier in the day.
A video that was shared widely on the Cyprian Is Nyakundi Twitter page captures the clip of how the Safari Rally overturned before rolling several times in the air.
It is saddening news that arrived earlier in the day ahead of the WRC Safari rally championship set to continue for 4 days after it was launched officially yesterday by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
This event is marred with a lot of excitement by the better part of Kenyans who have arrived in large at Naivasha and other key places where the WRC Safari Rally is set to take place.
The latest updates of the horrifying accident is on the lookout as details emerge on the safety of the drivers.
According to Cyprian Is Nyakundi Twitter page, the WRC Safari Rally involved in the accident belongs to one of the Kenyan drivers compecompeting in the championship. it is a sad incident that needs our prayers.
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