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Teen driver, 17, arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after pedestrian hit by car on A10

A 28-year-old woman and her two dogs were killed when they were hit by a car in Edmonton on Tuesday night

The stretch of the A10 in Edmonton where the hit-and-run took place
The stretch of the A10 in Edmonton where the collision took place

Police investigating a fatal collision on the A10 in Edmonton have arrested a teenage boy on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and failing to stop.

It has also been revealed this morning that the 28-year-old woman who died in the incident was out walking her dogs at the time and that both pets were also tragically killed.


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Police were called at 7.23pm on Tuesday (9th) to the A10 Great Cambridge Road – close to Lynford Terrace – where a car had been in collision with a pedestrian. Metropolitan Police officers, London Ambulance Service and London’s Air Ambulance attended.

Despite the efforts of paramedics and police, the woman was pronounced deceased at the scene. Officers have now informed her next of kin and they are being supported by specially trained officers.

The 17-year-old arrested has been bailed to return on a date in mid-February pending further enquiries.

Detectives are keen to speak with the driver of a red Audi who was in the vicinity of the collision at the time it happened.

The Serious Collision Investigation Unit are asking anyone with dash cam footage, or who witnessed the incident, to make contact on 020 8597 4874 or via 101/ post @MetCC quoting reference CAD 5858/09Jan.


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