Section of Narok-Mai Mahiu road blocked by soil debris


Section of Narok-Mai Mahiu road blocked by soil debris
Section of the Narok- Mai Mahiu road after it sunk on Tuesday, March 13.

In Summary

  • Police in Narok County have urged motorists to exercise caution after a section of the Narok -Mai Mahiu road was blocked by soil debris following heavy rains.
  • Through its Twitter handle, the National Police Service says efforts are underway to clear the soil debris dumped on the road by storm water.
  • Motorists using the busy road have been advised to drive with caution and observe traffic rules.

Police in Narok County have urged motorists to exercise caution after a section of the Narok-Mai Mahiu road was blocked by soil debris following heavy rains.

Through its Twitter handle, the National Police Service says efforts are underway to clear the soil debris dumped on the road by storm water.

Motorists using the busy road have been advised to drive with caution and observe traffic rules.

“We urge motorists travelling along Narok-Mai Mahiu road to drive with caution and obey instructions by Traffic Police since sections of the road have been blocked by soil and debris dumped on the road by storm water. Efforts are underway to clear the debris,” posted the National Police Service.

Transport on the road has been disrupted severally this year following heavy rains pounding most parts of the country.

The Narok-Mai Mahiu road has become a subject of public scrutiny after a section of it sunk on March 19, 2018, blocking heavy commercial vehicles from passing through.

The road was again in the limelight after motorists were stranded for two days at Suswa area after flash floods cut off the same section of the road on Sunday, April 15.

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