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Kenya National Highways Authority has announced the temporal closure of the Nairobi Expressway exit at Mlolongo following an accident Monday evening.
The evening accident involved an Embassava bus and a personal vehicle left several people nursing injuries at the newly constructed road.
The matatu rammed a stationary Prado from the rear and rolled severally.
“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,” said KENHA.
KENHA advised motorists to either enter or exit the Expressway at the Syokimau Toll Station as rescue efforts were underway.
Traffic Alert: Accident at Mlolongo Toll Station along the Nairobi Expressway pic.twitter.com/58BJyxPybP
— Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) (@KeNHAKenya) July 4, 2022

Confirming the accident, the National Police Service said that about twenty people were injured while the extensive damage has led to a blockage of the expressway.
“Motorists using the expressway are advised to exercise caution and remain calm as police officers continue to attend to the scene and clear the road for the resumption of free flow of traffic,” said the Police Service.
The accident comes barely weeks after the first major crash that involved at least three vehicles at Mlolongo Toll Station.
The motorist crashed into the Toll Plaza and ran over other vehicles that were being cleared to exit.
PUBLIC ATTENTION
A road traffic accident has occurred at Mlolongo Exit along the Nairobi Expressway involving a matatu minibus and a private motor vehicle.
The matatu rammed a stationary Prado from the rear and rolled severally. pic.twitter.com/vYFLGrloqu
— National Police Service-Kenya (@NPSOfficial_KE) July 4, 2022

The Government is set to roll out additional measures to tame speeding motorists along the Nairobi Expressway.
Government Spokesperson Cyrus Oguna announced that plans are underway to implement new enforcement measures to ensure adherence to the 80km/h speed limit on the expressway.
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