Stoke Newington Church Street crash leaves woman, 92, with life-threatening injuries in hospital

PUBLISHED: 20:15 16 February 2018 | UPDATED: 20:19 16 February 2018

The crash happened in Stoke Newington Church Street. Picture: Nick Saltmarsh/Flickr/Creative Commons (CC BY 2.0)

The crash happened in Stoke Newington Church Street. Picture: Nick Saltmarsh/Flickr/Creative Commons (CC BY 2.0)


A 92-year-old woman is fighting for her life after being hit by a car in Stoke Newington Church Street early this morning.

The driver, 54, stopped at the scene. Police have not made any arrests.

It happened just before 7am.

The victim was tonight at an east London hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Cops have appealed for witnesses to the crash. Call 020 8597 4874 and give reference number CAD 1258 of February 16.

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