Woman in hospital with ‘significant injuries’ after being hit by lorry in Stamford Hill

PUBLISHED: 12:01 20 September 2018 | UPDATED: 12:01 20 September 2018

Police at the scene of the crash in Stamford Hill. Picture: @MPSHackney

Police at the scene of the crash in Stamford Hill. Picture: @MPSHackney


A woman is in hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a Ford Transit lorry in Stamford Hill early this morning.

The 32-year-old pedestrian was struck by the dropside vehicle in Holmleigh Road at about 4.20am and taken to hospital by medics.

Scotland Yard said her injuries are significant but not life-threatening or life-changing.

Stamford Hill was closed between Dunsmore Road and Holmleigh Road while police dealt with the incident. It reopened at about 8.30am.

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