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Two hunters injured at start of season, not seriously  

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Two hunters were injured in separate incidents on Sunday in Paphos at the start of the season.

One fell into a ravine in Souskiou and broke his leg and the other shot himself in the foot, but not seriously.

Spokesman for the fire service, Andreas Kettis told CNA a hunter fell into a ravine, breaking his leg.  He was rescued by firefighters and taken to Paphos hospital by ambulance.

In the second incident, in Tala, a 72-year-old injured his foot sustaining pellet wounds after firing his gun. He was also treated at Paphos hospital.


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