A foreign man is in critical condition following a serious head injury on Monday in Limassol, with police asking for the public’s help as they investigate the incident that remains unclear.
Police said they were notified on Wednesday around 5:30pm about a serious traffic accident two days earlier in Limassol, where a 50-year-old man on a bicycle sustained a serious head trauma on Monday morning around 8am.
The man, described as a foreign national who has obtained Cypriot citizenship, was taken initially to the Emergency Room at Limassol General Hospital where doctors determined he had suffered a serious head trauma.
He was later transferred to Nicosia General where he was hooked up on a ventilator. The man, whose identity was not immediately made known, was also said to be unconscious.
But it was unclear whether a traffic accident took place in the first place.
According to police, the man was reported to have been found on the bicycle route at Molos, which is closed to vehicular traffic.
It was also unclear who notified authorities on Wednesday late afternoon when police issued an incident report.
Police are asking for members of the public to come forward if they have information about the incident by calling Limassol Traffic at 25805252, dialing the Citizen hotline at 1460, or contacting their nearest police station.