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Two British tourists in ICU in Paphos after road accident

Two British tourists, a man and a woman in their early twenties, are in the intensive care unit at the Paphos General Hospital after their car hit a tree early Friday in Paphos.

The two tourists, who suffered multiple fractures, were trapped in the car and it took the fire service more than half an hour to free them.

According to police reports, while driving on the Chlorakas-Kissonerga road toward Paphos, their car went off course to the right, and collided with a tree.
They were transferred to the Paphos General Hospital where the man underwent surgery. His condition is critical.

The woman’s condition is serious but stable.

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