Pedestrian dies after collision with lorry

14:08 05 March 2013

It is believed the incident in Green Lane, Goodmayes, happened just after noon.

It is believed the incident in Green Lane, Goodmayes, happened just after noon.

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A woman has died following a collision with a lorry in a busy street.

The pedestrian was outside the Superdrug store on A1083 Green Lane in Goodmayes when the accident happened.

London Ambulance Service was called at 12.33pm to reports of a road traffic collision.

A duty officer and two ambulances were sent but the woman was pronounced dead at the scene.

Green Lane is currently closed between Co-op and Tesco, and traffic is being diverted along Waldegrave Road.

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