Accidents on the Kenyan highways have been on the rise in the recent past with the government unsure of what to do in order to mitigate this scourge that has bedeviled our highways. These accidents, according to the National Transport and Safety Authority, are due to the recklessness and non compliance to traffic rules by most motorists.
Accidents on the Kenyan highways have been on the rise in the recent past with the government unsure of what to do in order to mitigate this scourge that has bedeviled our roads. Picture courtesy. Image from the scene. The Government, has urged motorists to always be careful to avoid these scenes that lead to loss of lives with the National Transport and Safety Authority placing the number of those killed at a little over 1900 since January.
Earlier today, there was a horrific accident on the Nairobi to Maai Mahiu Highway where eight people were rushed to the hospital and about nine vehicles went up in smoke. Picture courtesy. Image of the incident. The shocking incident that was captured on camera shows a crane that was trying to lift the Liquid Petroleum Gas cylinder from the ground and into an onwaiting truck that was parked on the road.
A Photo of a man who alleged escapes death by whisker after a trailer exploded into flames in Mutarakwa along Nairobi- Maai Mahiu road. The trailer was ferrying gas cylinders when it exploded causing six other vehicle to get into flames. Several are feared dead after the accident.
On 21st May, a bus that was ferrying mourners from Kisii to Naivasha was involved in a ghastly road accident to Maai Mahiu. The bus collided with a sand lorry at Maai Mahiu leaving nine people meeting the jaws of death while the one remaining out of thirty-four surviving.
Incidents where motorists have been left stranded on Highways in the country have been on the rise in the recent past with the traffic police doing its best to ensure that such cases are kept to minimums. Picture courtesy. File image of traffic jam from Maai Mahiu Escarpment.
Traffic jams have been the thorn in the flesh for many motorists on the highways in the past few months given how frequent they have become on the roads. Picture courtesy. Image from Maai Mahiu. Accidents on the Kenyan highways have been on the rise in the recent past with the government unsure of what to do in order to mitigate the scourge that has bedeviled our roads.
Several drivers have nowadays Bern avoiding the Salgaa road on their way to Eldoret. The government had set aside a speed limit of thirty kilometers per hour to prevent the greasy accidents that took place almost every day along the road. In the year 2017, a trader had witnessed to the standard media that he had seen people die along the road severally that he only wished that road users would be more careful.
Accidents on the Kenyan highways have been on the rise in the recent past with the government urging motorists to always be on the lookout out to avoid such scenes almost on a daily basis. Picture courtesy. Image from Maai Mahiu used for illustration purposes only. These accidents, as per the reports from the roads, have been due to recklessness and non compliance to traffic rules by unruly motorists.
Of course readers, some of you may fear the road for either being too risky or too congested during the festive seasons. Some of you may have the idea of the road having fault lines at some time of the year. However, accident fault lines do not occur daily on Maai Mahiu road.
Being attacked by wild animals in Kenya is the last thing that anyone would expect as the animals are usually kept away from the public hence coming across them is very rare. Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration. The government, through the Kenya Wildlife Service, has been at the forefront of ensuring that these animals do not stray out of their enclosures and cause damage and in some cases deaths to human beings.
Accidents on the Kenyan Highways have been on the rise in the recent past with the government unsure of what to do in order to mitigate this scourge that has bedeviled our roads. Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration purposes only. The National Transport and Safety Authority, NTSA, has put the figures of Kenyans who have died on the roads since January at 1300 people which is a staggering statistic.
Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has hinted through his official facebook page hours after meeting with leaders of Maai Mahiu in Naivasha. Here is what he shared on his official facebook page hours after meeting the leaders of Maai Mahiu in Naivasha! "The dry port in Maai Mahiu, Naivasha is one development that has transformed lives.
It has been a sorrowful morning to the entire country as we are mourning 8 lives claimed in a road accident at Mai mahiu today morning. The accident involved a bus and a truck that hit head on head while moving in opposite directions. The accident had claimed 8 lives: 4 men and 4 women who died on spot and many were seriously injured and rushed to the nearby hospital.
Residents of Kayole in Nakuru County have been left in shock after a class five pupil allegedly committed suicide. According to Stephen Wanjohi, the father of the deceased, his 11-year old daughter was left in their house after he went to the hospital with his wife for a medical checkup only to be met with the sad incident.
This morning wakes is up with sad news about the grisly road accident that occurred. The grisly road accident occured in Maai Mahiu along Nairobi- Narok highway. Eight people have been confirmed dead in a grisly road accident in the wee hours of Saturday morning. Eight other people were fortunate enough and survived the accident.
Photo courtesy Cases of road accidents here in Kenya have been reportedly vividly increasing day by day across different counties here in Kenya. Most of these road accidents are spearheading due to certain factors which are related to human errors which includes drinking and driving, overspeeding, overlapping and overtaking carelessly etc.
It was a shocking afternoon after an explosion was experienced today in Mahi Mahiu highway involving a truck transporting gas and other seven cars. The shocking incident took place few hours when another similar incident was seen in sotik where a probox driver died following a collision with a a truck that was approaching.
At least eight people were killed and more than a dozen more were injured after a bus collided head-on with a truck on the Nairobi-Narok highway. The Maai Mahiu morning collision on Saturday, May 21, featured a bus bound for Kisii and a truck bound for Nairobi from Narok.
Kenyans have been used to political news everyday but today it was a great shock as smoke of sadness covered the Kenyan and international news. Photo Courtesy An LPG tanker carrying gas explode causing a huge fire along the Maai Mahiu - Nairobi highway when they were trying to remove it from the road since it had blocked the way for other motorists.