Cyprus Mail

Cypriot woman killed crossing the road in Greece

File photo Thessaloniki

A 35-year-old woman from Aradippou, Larnaca, died on Thursday after being hit by a car while crossing a street in Thessaloniki, Greece, along with her mother and younger sister.

According to a police report, 35-year-old Demetra Marnerou, mother of two children aged 7 and 2, was hit by a taxi that had collided with a bus.

Marnerou and the other two women were standing on the concrete isle in the middle of the road, waiting to cross the street.

Her 60-year-old mother was admitted to a hospital and held in serious condition, while Marnerou’s sister, 24, was unharmed but taken to the hospital as a precaution.

The 35-year-old was a lawyer, working in a Larnaca law firm.

She had gone to Greece with her mother and sister for a short holiday, and planned to return to Cyprus on Sunday.

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