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Mother of two died from a brain haemorrhage, post mortem reveals

Paphos hospital

A 48-year-old mother of two who was discharged from hospital in Paphos after complaining that she felt ill, died from a brain haemorrhage caused by a ruptured aneurysm, according to a post mortem.

Alina Loizou had been rushed to Paphos general hospital A&E on Tuesday lunchtime after feeling ill but was later sent home after doctors did not find anything wrong.

She was found unconscious a few hours later in her bed at her home in Emba. An ambulance rushed her to hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Police said there were no external injuries on her body.

A post mortem carried out by state pathologist Nicolas Charalambous, observed by Panicos Stavrianos on behalf of the family, found that she had died from a brain haemorrhage caused by a ruptured aneurysm.

Hospital director Spyros Georgiou told the Cyprus News Agency that an incident report has already been prepared.

A member of the woman’s family said a complaint would be filed.

Loizou was married and was the mother of a boy, 9, and a 15-year-old girl.

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