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Baby injured seriously injured in traffic accident

It is important that children are strapped in

A six-month old boy was seriously injured in a car crash in Limassol on Friday, police said on Saturday.

The boy suffered head injuries and is currently being cared for in the Makarios Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.
According to the police report, the boy was injured when his mother crashed with a car driven by a 23-year-old, near the Polimidia area in Limassol.
The boy was in his car seat but according to Aimilios Kkafas, traffic accident police official, he was not strapped in.
Kkafas said had the boy been strapped in, he would not be injured.
Neither the mother nor the man were injured in the accident.



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