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Two injured when car went into ravine

Limassol hospital

Two young people ended up in the hospital after their car went into a 30-metre ravine on Saturday at around 4am along the Trimiklini-Pelendri road.

The 25-year-old driver, under unknown circumstances lost control of his car, police said.

Firefighters at the scene rescued the driver who was trapped inside the car. He was then rushed to Limassol hospital.

The 16-year-old passenger had managed to exit the car by himself and was walking on the road where he was picked up by the ambulance and also taken to hospital.

According to the police both are currently hospitalised, but their condition said to be not life-threatening.

Police are investigating the circumstances of the accident.

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