• Police said the occupants were driving towards Kisii town when the accident occurred at around 11.20am.
• A report released by the police at Ololulunga Police Station in Narok County, Narok South subcounty said the accident involved a Mercedes Benz salon car.
Two people died on Saturday after a salon car they were travelling in overturned and rolled severally at Ratili area on Narok-Bomet highway.
Three other people were seriously injured. Among the dead was a woman.
Police said the occupants were driving towards Bomet town when the accident occurred at around 11.20am.
A police report from Ololulunga Police Station in Narok South subcounty said the accident involved a Mercedes Benz salon car.
"It happened that the motor vehicle was being driven from Narok general direction towards Bomet direction. On reaching at the location of accident, the said motor vehicle lost control and rolled several times and rested on the opposite direction of the road as you face Narok."
The driver was among those who were seriously injured.
"They were rushed to several hospitals. Deceased taken to Longisa county referral morgue. The vehicle has been towed to Ololulunga pending inspection. Scene visited and necessary action taken," police said in the report.
Transport CS Kipchumba Murkomen on December 20 urged Kenyans to exercise caution as they travel home for the festivities.
Speaking at Harambee House in Nairobi, Murkomen noted that the latest Road Safety report released by NTSA shows that 4,449 people died in road accidents between January to December 15.