Accident at the Nairobi Expressway; Mlolongo exit closed

The Nairobi Expressway exit at Mlolongo has been closed temporarily after an accident involving Embassava bus and a personal vehicle.

Several people are nursing injuries after the accident.

In a statement posted on their Facebook page, the Kenya National Highways Authority (Kenha) has confirmed the accident and urged motorists to use the Syokimau toll station to either enter or exit the Expressway.

”Traffic Alert: Accident at Mlolongo Toll Station along the Nairobi Expressway”

”Motorists are notified of an accident that has occurred along the Nairobi Expressway at the Mlolongo Toll Station, involving a PSV mini-bus. Multiple injuries have been reported, and traffic police are attending to the scene. Motorists are advised to exit/enter the Expressway at the Syokimau Toll Station, even as rescue efforts are underway at the scene of accident.” read the statement.

Mlolongo toll station along the Nairobi Expressway

“The Embasava bus hit it from behind causing it to roll 4 times landing on its side. The matatu driver was injured and rushed to hospital. The personal vehicle driver escaped unscathed,” National Police Service Spokesman Bruno Shioso said.


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