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Mother and child rescued after car falls 50 metres off mountain road

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A 34-year old mother and her four-year-old son were rescued by the fire service on Tuesday after their car went off a mountain road plummeting 50 metres off the Agros-Chandria road in the Limassol district.

According to the fire service, they received a call at around 12.20pm to rescue two people whose car, a Pajero, had gone off the road in Troodos.

The child was ejected from the car during the drop, fire service spokesman Leonidas Leonidou told the Cyprus Mail. The boy did not appear to have external wounds. The mother, who he said did not appear to be seriously injured during preliminary assessments, was rescued from the car by firemen and both her and her son were transferred by ambulance to the Kyperounda hospital for examination.

 


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