At least five people have been killed in Easter road crashes in Juja, Chogoria and Pangani.
The carnage continued despite police and the National Transport and Safety Authority mounting inspections and media campaigns to arrest deaths on roads.
In the Juja 1am Monday crash, two people were burnt beyond recognition after their car burst into flames on hitting a trailer.
The driver lost control of the car, which veered off the road and started burning near Juja City Mall.
The occupants, a male driver and a female passenger, were traveling from the capital Nairobi towards Thika when they met their deaths.
Their bodies were taken to General Kago Mortuary at Thika Level Five Hospital.
In Chogoria, Embu County, two people died and two others were critically on Sunday night following a crash on Meru-Nairobi highway near Kajiunduthi Secondary.
The injured were admitted to Chogoria PCEA Hospital in critical conditions.
Reports by Mary Wambui, Alex Njeru and Evans Habil.
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