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Two injured after car tumbles down cliff

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Two people were injured after their car fell down a cliff next to the Tsada to Stroumbi road on Sunday afternoon.

According to police, the accident happened at 3.50pm when the 65-year-old driver lost control of his car.

The vehicle hit an electricity pole, resulting in the wires being cut. It then overturned and fell down a 20 to 25-metre deep cliff.

The fire service helped the man and his 57-year-old wife get out of the car and they were taken to Paphos general hospital by ambulance.

The scene was secured to prevent the start of a fire.

According to the doctors on duty both patients are in stable condition.

Paphos police are investigating the causes of the accident.

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