Cabo Greco: One of the injured was intubated – The second is in serious condition (PICTURES)

Quadricycle accident in Cabo Greco - 31-year-old has intracranial bleeding, was intubated and will be transferred to Nicosia Hospital's Intensive Care Unit

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In a very critical condition and intubated, one of the two tourists who were on the four-wheeled motorcycle that fell into a 10-meter-high cliff in Cabo Greco is being transferred to the Nicosia General Hospital.

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According to the latest information, it is about the 31-year-old who has, among other things, intracranial bleeding, was intubated and will be transferred to the Intensive Care Unit of the Nicosia Hospital.

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Regarding the health condition of the second passenger, the 22-year-old, it is serious but out of danger and will be monitored in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Famagusta General Hospital.

The 22-year-old has multiple injuries and fractures of the left scapula, 12th rib and a contusion in the lung.

Both injured, of Iraqi origin, are residents of Sweden who visited Cyprus on vacation.

It is recalled that the traffic accident occurred at around 13:00 in the Cabo Greco area, where under circumstances that are being investigated by the Famagusta Traffic Police, the four-wheeled motorcycle - on which the two tourists were riding - ended up in a cliff about 10 meters deep.