TWO Brits have been killed and another left in a vicious condition after they were concerned in a automobile pile-up in Crete yesterday.
Four Brits were in a rented Jeep when they crashed into a parked motorbike on celebration island Malia, according to a internal newspaper.
The conduct of EKAV’s ambulance use in Crete pronounced a masculine and a womanlike newcomer died now while a third lady was eliminated to PAGNI hospital’s complete caring unit.
Three of a 4 passengers are suspicion to not have been wearing a chair belt according to internal reports.
An 18-year-old, who is believed to have been wearing a belt, survived a collision with no critical injuries.
FCO Spokesperson said: “We are ancillary a families of 3 British people concerned in a automobile collision in Crete, and are in hit with internal authorities.”
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