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BAD WEATHER resulted in a seven car pile-up on the Nicosia-Limassol highway yesterday, though no injuries were recorded. According to traffic police chief Demetris Demetriou, at around 12.15pm yesterday, a burst of bad weather resulted in a seven car pile-up on the third lane of the highway heading towards Limassol which stopped traffic for about 15 minutes. One of the cars involved in the pile-up was unable to move after the accident next to the GSP Stadium, requiring police help to get the car off the highway and free the lane up for oncoming traffic. “Fortunately, there were no injuries, only some property damage,” said Demetriou... Read on
COMMUNICATIONS and Works Minister Tasos Mitsopoulos yesterday promised he would attempt to make the use of liquid gas to fuel vehicles available to the public as soon as possible.Mitsopoulos stated that he will prioritise the promotion of liquid gas use for vehicles, adding that his ministry will co-ordinate with the other relevant ministries to offer this alternative method for vehicles and drivers.Mitsopoulos said that another of the ministry’s priorities is to make sure the use of liquid gas for this specific reason is safe in addition to reducing costs and the effects on the environment from vehicle pollution. ... 4 comments