Child injured in Stamford Hill vehicle collision

Police taped off part of Manor Road for several hours. Photo: www.duchessofhackney.com

An 11 year old girl suffered head injuries this morning in Manor Parade on Manor Road, N16,  just before 11 am this morning (Friday 6).

She was treated by Hatzola at the scene, before being transported to the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel.

Police say her injuries are not life threatening but  could be life changing.

Manor Road was closed between Bethune Road and Stamford Hill for several hours until this afternoon, while police investigated.

No arrests have been made and police continue their investigation.

 

One Response to "Child injured in Stamford Hill vehicle collision"

  1. Last year 77 pedestrians and 16 cyclists were killed on London’s streets so Boris’ and TfL’s decision to remove a large numbers of pedestrian crossings seems totally crazy. This afternoon – 4.30 onwards until at least 6pm – people will be demonstrating to save the crossing in Shoreditch. A zebra and a donkey, yeah, a real live donkey, will be there to support us. Come too! http://bit.ly/A978nM

    Comment by swimmer on 15/02/2012 at 3:05 pm

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