Pedestrian in hospital after collision with BMW

20:48 05 March 2013

A pedestrian has been left in a critical condition following a collision in Tottenham.

Police are appealing for witnesses after the accident, which happened yesterday at 3.40am on the High Road.

The man was in collision with a green BMW 320 in High Road near to the junctions with West Green and Broad Lane.

Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and the pedestrian, aged in his 50s, was taken to an east London hospital suffering from multiple injuries. He remains in a critical condition.

Police are keen to speak to a number of people who were waiting at the bus stop near to Broad Lane, several of whom came to the pedestrian’s aid. They also want to speak with the driver of a black cab who pulled over following the collision.

The driver of the BMW stopped at the scene, and there have been no arrests.

Anyone with information call DC Charlie Pulling on 020 8842 1817.

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