#UK Police appeal after elderly woman died in rush-hour crash on exclusive central London square #UKnews
Police appeal for witnesses after woman in her 70s died in rush-hour crash when Renault Modus ploughed into parked vehicles on exclusive London square the place properties are value £5million
- A woman in her 70s died following the deadly collision on Tuesday August 9
- Paramedics rushed the woman to hospital, however died on August 20, police say
- The crash occurred at 8.55am in the upmarket Connaught Square, W2
Police have launched an appeal for witnesses after a deadly crash in an upmarket central London square left an elderly woman lifeless.
The woman, aged in her 70s, was a passenger in a Renault Modus when it crashed throughout rush hour on August 9.
She was rushed to hospital by paramedics following the incident, however later died on 20 August, police stated.
The driver reportedly ploughed into the row of stationary vehicles simply earlier than 9am in upmarket Connaught Square, close to Marble Arch.
The square in Bayswater sits reverse Hyde Park and homes there value a mean of £5million.
Metropolitan Police stated the motive force of the Renault stopped on the scene after the collision and helps with them with their enquiries.
Detectives launched an appeal for any witnesses to the crash to return ahead.
Connaught Square is a properly sought after space in central London with the most costly property on the road promoting for £8million
The incident occurred in the favored space simply earlier than 9am close to Marble Arch
A spokesman from the power stated: ‘Police had been referred to as at 8:55am on Tuesday, August 9 to experiences of a collision involving a Renault Modus and a lot of stationary autos in Connaught Square, W2.
‘Officers attended together with the London Ambulance Service.
‘A woman, aged in her 70s, who was a passenger in the Renault, was taken to hospital. Sadly, regardless of the efforts of medical employees, she died on Saturday, August 20. Her subsequent of kin have been knowledgeable.
‘The driver of the Renault stopped on the scene and helps with police enquiries.
‘Detectives from the Met’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit are working to determine the circumstances of the collision and want to hear from any witnesses, who they haven’t but spoken to, or anybody who captured it on sprint cam.’
Anyone with info is requested to name the appeal line on 020 8543 5157. Alternatively, name 101 quoting reference CAD 1873/09Aug.