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Autopsy to shed light on child’s death in jet ski accident

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An autopsy is expected to establish the exact cause of death of a six-year-old girl late on Saturday afternoon in a jet ski accident on Lady’s Mile beach in Limassol.

According to police of the British Bases, the Ukrainian girl died shortly before 8pm in Limassol general hospital where she was taken after the accident.

The accident happened when two jet skis crashed into each other, on one of which the little girl was travelling with a family member believed to be her father. Her mother is thought to be driving the second jet ski, on which her brother was also.

Under still being investigated circumstances the two jet skis crashed, seriously injuring the child.

According to Cyprus Times, the family were initially on board a yacht which set sail from Limassol and anchored off Lady’s Mile when the family decided to use some jet skis.

British Bases police are looking for witnesses to what happened.

The autopsy is now expected to be carried out on Monday by state pathologist Angeliki Papeta.

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