Cyprus Mail

Three injured in Limassol car accident

A 63-year-old woman was placed on life support at the Limassol general hospital A&E on Thursday after suffering serious injuries from a car accident in Limassol in which two other people were also injured.

According the police on Friday, the 63-year-old’s condition is critical, while the driver of the vehicle she was in, a 40-year-old man, as well as a 29-year-old woman driver of another car were both injured but considered out of danger.

At 2.45pm, on the Ayiou Mama-Kapiliou road in Limassol, the 40-year-old driver lost control of his vehicle which entered the lane with oncoming traffic from the opposite direction, crashing into the vehicle driven by the 29-year-old resident of Pelendri.

All three were transferred to the Limassol general hospital.

The 63-year-old woman underwent surgery before being placed on a ventilator in the A&E unit.

The 29-year-old woman was also seriously injured and is being treated, while the 40-year-old received fist aid and was discharged.

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