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Woman hit by car in Harlesden

PUBLISHED: 16:48 25 January 2017 | UPDATED: 17:02 25 January 2017

Manor Park Road is currently blocked off (Pic: Mícheál R. Goss)

Manor Park Road is currently blocked off (Pic: Mícheál R. Goss)

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A female pedestrian has been injured after she was hit by a car in Harlesden this afternoon.

The woman was struck by the vehicle as she crossed Manor Park Road at around 3.30pm.

She was rushed to hospital where she is being treated for non-life threatening injuries.

A section of Manor Park Road is currently closed to traffic.

A female pedestrian has been injured she was hit by a car in Harlesden this afternoon.

The woman was struck by the vehicle as she crossed Manor Park Road at around 3.30pm.

She was rushed to hospital where she is being treated for non-life threatening injuries.

A section of Manor Park Road is currently closed to traffic.

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  • Hi I am the Woman pedestrian currently using my father's Facebook account to message. I am currently well but slightly sore from the incident. With the fact I already go to therapy for anxiety means I don't need another therapy treatment for said accident. What happened was a good friend of mine ran across the street because the 220 bus was about to leave. There was a 18, I can only presume, bus in the way obscuring my vision of the road. With around 3 other pedestrians crossing I thought it was safe to cross so I ran to her but unknown to me there was a car, my friend on the other side yelled about there being a car and I slowed down slightly but it wasn't enough for everything in my body to register that so it mainly hit the left side of my body as it made me spin and tumble down, while on the floor from what I could see the car showed no signs of stopping immediately after I got hit and many people rushed to my aid while the head teacher, deputy head and head of the maths department came and blocked averyone but two people who secured my head and called 911. The car was going around 20 MPH so there was no serious damage. I walked out the hospital around 7pm to 8pm with a scratch, bruises and soreness in my side. I had to take the day off school on 26012017 however I will be resuming school on 27012017.

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    Bhil Salunga

    Thursday, January 26, 2017

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