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Cameras to be relocated to improve road safety

Two traffic cameras from Nicosia will be moved to the Limassol junction where a fatal accident killed four family members on New Year’s Day.
The Road Safety Council decided to install two systems at the light-controlled junction to prevent future accidents.
The cameras from Nicosia were deemed ineffective or unnecessary due to changes in traffic patterns or low violations.
The suspect of the accident, a 44-year-old man, remains in custody and will face trial in February.

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