Cyprus Mail

Swimmer dies in Ayia Napa

A 67-year-old Russian tourist died in Ayia Napa on Tuesday around noon while swimming in the sea with his son, police said.

According to reports he had been swimming in a rocky area of the sea with his 43-year-old son when he lost consciousness.

The 67-year-old was pulled from the sea and taken by ambulance to Famagusta general hospital where doctors confirmed his death.

There were no bruises on the man’s body and foul play was ruled out, police said.

His cause of death is due to be ascertained following a post-mortem which is due to be carried out on Wednesdaymorning at Larnaca general hospital.

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