Falling Trees Destroy Prados Worth Millions At CarMax Along Ngong Road

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  • Falling trees destroyed many vehicles mostly prados valued at millions of shillings at CarMax located along Ngong road, opposite Coptic.
  • In a video shared online, some of the vehicles were seen crushed beyond repair even as the personnel around the area engaged in endless rescue efforts to save the expensive investments.
  • Others claimed that the high wind in the area might have caused the trees to go down one by one, leading to the destruction of the vehicles.

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Falling trees destroyed many vehicles mostly prados valued at millions of shillings at CarMax located along Ngong road, opposite Coptic.

In a video shared online, some of the vehicles were seen crushed beyond repair even as the personnel around the area engaged in endless rescue efforts to save the expensive investments.

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According to the eyewitnesses on the ground, the unfortunate incident may have been caused by the ravaging effects of the rainfall which made several trees fall down in the wee hours of the morning.

Others claimed that the high wind in the area might have caused the trees to go down one by one, leading to the destruction of the vehicles, the electric fence and other properties within CarMax.

In almost a similar incident, there was drama a few days ago after a driver believed to be drunk intentionally  rammed into a supermarket along Waiyaki Way.

In what looked like a movie, the driver crashed the car past the glass entry at the Ola filling station near the ABC place, something which left everybody including the security officers scampering for safety.

After the incident, a video shared across many social media handles revealed the damages that were brought about by the car amongst them broken glasses, broken doors, drinks splashed all over and other goods spoilt as the store owners took stock of the damages.

According to the witnesses, the driver of the Toyota mark X registration KBW 056K looked drank by the time the incident occurred.

In the meantime, the vehicle was sandwiched between shelves as the driver who put on a navy blue jacket struggled to make his way out of the car

The National Transports Safety Authority (NTSA) records shared online revealed that the vehicle was registered under Edwin Musungu Kidaha.

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