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38-year-old injured in Troodos crash

A 38-year-old man was injured in a car crash on the Troodos-Platres road Friday night police said on Saturday.

According to authorities, the man lost control of his vehicle on the road and entered the opposite lane. He then crashed into a concrete wall causing his vehicle to overturn and trap him inside.

Police said the man was removed from the vehicle by firemen, who arrived at the scene.

The man was taken to Limassol General, where doctors said he had cuts on his head. Doctors said the man’s condition is stable.

Police are continuing their investigation of the accident.

 



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