Pedestrian injured in Ley Street collision
A pedestrian has been injured in a road collision in Ley Street, Ilford this afternoon.
A boy was seen lying in the road being treated by two paramedics by a witness, who claimed they were applying a bandage to his arm.
She said: “He was sitting up, so didn’t look in too much of a bad condition.
“There was a Ford Fiesta parked with its hazard lights and no driver just by them, but I didn’t see if that was the car that hit him.”
A London Ambulance spokesman said: “We were called at 3.30pm to reports of a collision involving a car and a pedestrian.
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“We sent an ambulance and a single responder to the scene. We are still standing by.”
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