Floods cut off road leaving motorists stranded on Narok-Mai Mahiu road. Photo: George Sayagie/Daily Nation

Transport was on Sunday evening paralyzed at Suswa area on the Narok- Mai Mahiu road for the second day running.

This, after flash floods cut off the same section of the road that has previously been washed away by the ongoing heavy rains.
The flood waters swept away boulders and sand deposits were washed in the middle of the road.

All road users are urged to be careful while using the area which is prone to flooding.
Previously, six vehicles were swept away by flash floods at Suswa area with the cars being retrieved from the mud on Sunday morning.

Passengers travelling between Western Kenya and Nairobi and plying the busy roads were stranded near Suswa trading centre about 50km from

Normal traffic flow had also resumed before a heavy downpour cut off the road yet again.
Tourists visiting the world-famous Maasai Mara Game Reserve were also stranded as the region was a no-go zone.

There was a traffic snarl up as vehicles from Nairobi stretched as far as Satellite area, while those from Western Kenya reached as far as Suswa trading centre.

Following the incident, motorists were forced to use the Nakuru-Kericho route instead of Narok-Mai Mahiu road which is shorter.