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Woman killed in hit-and-run on the A10 in Edmonton

Police are on the hunt for the driver of a car which hit and killed a pedestrian but failed to stop

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A woman has been killed by a car in a hit-and-run incident on the A10 in Edmonton.

Police officers were called at 7.15pm on Tuesday (9th) to the A10 Great Cambridge Road, Edmonton, where a pedestrian had been knocked down.

London Ambulance Service and London’s Air Ambulance attended the scene, which is near Lynford Terrace House to the south of the junction with Bury Street.

Despite the efforts of paramedics and police, a woman was pronounced dead at the scene. Her age has not been revealed.

Officers are working to inform the victim’s next of kin. The driver of the car failed to stop.

Road closures remain in place while specialist road traffic officers investigate.


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Update (3.30pm):

A resident who lives near the scene of the collision has told the Dispatch that he believes the woman was hit by the car at or near the pedestrian crossing adjacent to Bury Lodge Wetlands. A vehicle described as a “black sedan-type car” was seen within a police cordon further up the northbound carriageway of the A10 last night.

This information has not yet been confirmed by police.

No arrests have been made. Anyone who witnessed the collision, or has information about what happened, is asked to call detectives on 101 quoting CAD 5858/09Jan.

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

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