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Woman dies in fatal road accident in Paphos

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A fifty-three-year-old Romanian resident of Paphos, Adriana Mokav, died in a fatal traffic accident early on Monday morning.

According to police, at 1:35 am a collision occurred between two vehicles at the intersection of Grigoris Afxentiou and N. Nicolaides Avenue, near to the Paphos district court.

One vehicle was driven by a 53-year-old woman and the other by a 31-year-old man with two women, aged 53 and 29, as passengers.

The collision injured the three women, who were taken to the A&E department of the Paphos general hospital, where the doctor on duty confirmed the death of the 53-year-old passenger.

The two other women suffered minor injuries and were kept in hospital as a precaution.

Preliminary findings seem to indicate one of the drivers did not obey the traffic lights and police are looking for witnesses to aid in determining the accident’s exact causes. Both drivers tested negative for alcohol and it is not known whether the victim was wearing a seatbelt or not.

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