Two females hit by cars in separate accidents in Wembley
Girl, 16, suffers a fractured leg and pelvis and 20-year-old sustains a broken leg
A teenage girl and a woman are recovering in hospital after being hit by cars in separate accidents in Wembley yesterday evening.
In the first incident a 16-year-old girl was struck by a car on Blackbird Hill at the junction with Neasden Lane, at round 5.43pm.
She was rushed to hospital with a fractured leg and a suspected fractured pelvis.
Her condition is not life threatening but could be life changing.
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Less than two hours later a woman aged around 20 was clipped by a car as she crossed Forty Lane and the junction of Blackbird Hill, at 8.15pm.
She was taken to hospital with a suspected broken leg.
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Her injuries are not life threatening.
Both accidents resulted in the police cordoning off a section of Neasden Lane, Blackbird Hill and a part of Forty Lane for a short period of time.