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Police hunt driver after woman injured in hit-and-run crash in Kingsbury

PUBLISHED: 18:44 27 January 2016 | UPDATED: 18:44 27 January 2016

Police are hunting the driver who made off from the scene of a collision in Kingsbury Road this morning (Pic: Google StreetView)

Police are hunting the driver who made off from the scene of a collision in Kingsbury Road this morning (Pic: Google StreetView)

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Police have launched a hunt for the driver of a silver saloon car who fled the scene of a hit-and run crash in Kingsbury this morning.

Police were called at 10.44 am to the scene of a two-car collision on Kingsbury Road.

One of the drivers involved in the pile-up failed to stop and drove away from the scene in a silver saloon car.

A woman in her 30s who was driving the other car was treated for suspected neck injuries by paramedics from London Ambulance service.

A police spokesman confirmed officers are now searching for the missing driver.

He added: “Police were called the crash on Kingsbury Road at 10.44am. It was a case of a car on car collision. One of the drivers made off and the other was treated at the scene.”

No arrests have been made at this stage.

Anyone with information that could assist in investigations is asked to call officers on 101.

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