Thursday , September 24 2020

One-year-old child fighting for life after a car plows into pushchair in North London – The Sun, Thesun.co.uk


A ONE-year-old baby is fighting for life in hospital after being hit by a car while in a pushchair.

The youngster was rushed from the crash in Willesden, North London, this evening.

 A red pushchair was seen next to a black car after the shocking accident

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A red pushchair was seen next to a black car after the shocking accidentCredit: @ London

Shocking pictures showed a red buggy with a raincover abandoned next to a black car.

It is not known how the crash happened, before the vehicle was cordoned off on a residential road.

Brent MPS said in a statement: “We’re at the scene of an RTC in Church Rd #NW between a car and a child in a pushchair.

“The 1yr old child (gender u / known) was taken to hospital, condition assessed as critical.

“Nobody else was injured. The driver of the car stopped at the scene.

“There has been no arrest.”

(4) ***********The Brent MPS team tweeted about the shocking crash this evening

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Police rushed to the scene this evening after the youngster was injuredCredit: @ 2019 London

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Part of Brent was cordoned off after the horror crash this eveningCredit: @ 999 London

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