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Road Accidents Claim Two More Lives

stretcherRoad accidents claimed two more lives over the weekend when a 23-year-old man died on Sunday and a 26-year-old man on Saturday.

Today, Charis Bakalouris died in an accident in Limassol after the car in which he was a passenger collided with a tree. The driver lost control of the vehicle, veering into oncoming traffic and then speeding off the road into one of the trees lining Limassol seafront.

Bakalouris was taken to Limassol General Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. The driver of the car is in critical condition in Limassol General's intensive care unit along with another passenger, also 23 years old.

None of the three men in the car were wearing seatbelts, said police.

Yesterday, 26-year-old Stefan Bartaz from Romania was killed when the pick up truck he was travelling in crashed into another vehicle near Ayia Marinouda village in the Paphos region.

Four other men in the car were lightly injured, said police.

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