Pedestrian, 70, in critical condition after Carshalton car collision

This Is Local London: Pedestrian, 70, in critical condition after Carshalton car collision Pedestrian, 70, in critical condition after Carshalton car collision

A pensioner is in a critical condition after colliding with a car as he crossed a road in Carshalton yesterday afternoon.

The pedestrian, described as a 70-year-old man, was crossing Acre Lane at 4.15pm on Saturday when a black Mercedes 200 CLK collided with him.

The Mercedes driver stopped at the scene and has not been arrested.

Police are appealing for help in identifying the injured man, who is believed to have been travelling from the High Street area.

The man is white and bald and wearing glasses. He was wearing a blue Racing Green sports jacket, a blue, black and white patterned jumper, a dark blue baseball cap and Ecco walking shoes.

He was also carrying an orange Sainsbury's carrier bag.

He remains in a critical condition in hospital.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101, quoting reference CAD6256/1.

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11:44am Sun 2 Mar 14

AlexTB says...

I hope he can be identified, and I hope he recovers.
I hope he can be identified, and I hope he recovers. AlexTB
  • Score: 7

11:45am Sun 2 Mar 14

AlexTB says...

I forgot to mention. Thank goodness we have St Helier down the road.
I forgot to mention. Thank goodness we have St Helier down the road. AlexTB
  • Score: 11

12:16pm Sun 2 Mar 14

Binsanity says...

AlexTB wrote:
I forgot to mention. Thank goodness we have St Helier down the road.
This poor man was in an RTA and we all hope he survives and he is identified for his familys sake. BUT where in this article does it say he was taken to St Helliers, if there was any indication of head injury he would have gone directly to St Georges, It is vital St Helliers remains as it is but to invent scenarios that are not fact is not helpful.
[quote][p][bold]AlexTB[/bold] wrote: I forgot to mention. Thank goodness we have St Helier down the road.[/p][/quote]This poor man was in an RTA and we all hope he survives and he is identified for his familys sake. BUT where in this article does it say he was taken to St Helliers, if there was any indication of head injury he would have gone directly to St Georges, It is vital St Helliers remains as it is but to invent scenarios that are not fact is not helpful. Binsanity
  • Score: -3

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