Road accidents have been on the rise in recent months with several people losing their loved ones on the road. According to government statistics on Kenyan roads, the month of December is always synonymous with increased road accidents as a result of many motorists traveling home for the festive season.
Carelessness on the road coupled with bad roads and overspeeding have been mentioned as the main causes of these accidents with motorists speeding in a bid to beat the curfew hours.
Another accident has now been reported on the Eldoret - Kitale highway. According to the report, the accident involved a lorry and a blue sedan car. The blue sedan had three passengers, a Teacher and his Two children (Son and Daughter).
According to Witnesses, the teacher died on the spot with his two children escaping with injuries. One of the kids suffered a leg break and has been rushed to the hospital for treatment.
The teacher is said to have been teaching at Bwake Boys in Transnzoia County. According to witnesses who saw the accident, the driver of the Sedan car had just returned to his lane after overtaking only to find an Incoming lorry on his side.
According to The witnesses, the driver attempted to avoid a total head-on only for the lorry to ram his side of the car and thus claiming his life on the spot. May the family find peace as they lay their loved one to rest.
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