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Two Brits killed in Malia car crash with one woman left fighting for life

Akrotiri and Malia riviera near Heraklio city at Crete island in Greece

Their car crashed into a motorcycle (Picture: Getty Images)

Two Brits have died in Malia after their rented 4×4 collided with a stationary motorcycle.

The male and female were both killed instantly in the crash, which took place on the northern coast of Crete at around 6am on July 8.

Another female was left seriously injured by the collision, while a man, 18, escaped without serious harm.

The woman was taken to PAGNI hospitals intensive care unit.

Local media has speculated that the three casualties may not have been wearing seat belts, although this is unconfirmed.

Malia, Greece - July 21, 2014: Young people touring and shopping the action-packed and trendy streets of Crete, the Greek Mediterranean Island on a warm summer night

Their next of kin have been informed (Picture: Getty Images)

The victims of the crash have not been named but their next of kin have been informed.

A Foreign Office spokesman said: We are supporting the families of three British people involved in a car accident in Crete, and are in contact with local authorities.

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