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Boy hit by a car in Clayhall

PUBLISHED: 11:25 02 October 2018 | UPDATED: 11:28 02 October 2018

Police were called to Woodford Avenue. Picture: Google Maps

Police were called to Woodford Avenue. Picture: Google Maps

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A child was hit by a car in Clayhall.

Police were called at approximately 3.30pm on Monday, October 1, to reports of a road traffic collision on Woodford Avenue at the junction with Lord Avenue.

Officers and the London Ambulance Service attended.

A Met Police spokesman said: “An 11-year-old male suffered an injury to his leg.

“His injuries were deemed non-life threatening and non-life changing.”

No arrests have been made.


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