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Tourist injured in sea caves fall in ICU

A 32-year-old tourist was being treated in Paphos general hospital on Monday after suffering serious injury falling from about 15 metres into the sea at the sea caves area, police said.

His condition is not life threatening.

The Croatian man was injured on Sunday afternoon while taking photos in the area. Police said the call to Peyia station came in at 4.15pm. A marine police patrol boat was immediately dispatched to the area where it found and rescued the injured man.

He was rushed to hospital where doctors diagnosed fractures to his pelvis and right hand and bruising to his head.

The man was admitted to the ICU though doctors said his condition was not concerning.

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