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Biker hospitalised after Paphos collision

Paphos hospital

A 20-year-old motorcyclist is being treated for head injuries in the ICU of Paphos hospital after he was involved in a traffic collision in Paphos, police said on Wednesday.

The man was on his motorcycle at the junction of Griva Digenis avenue with Christou Keli and Loizou Filipou street, when, under conditions that are being investigated, his bike collided into the back of a car being driven by a 30-year-old man.

Police arrived at the scene to investigate the conditions of the rear-end collision.

The 20-year-old was transferred to Paphos general hospital where he was diagnosed with a serious head injury and bleeding. His condition is described as serious.

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