Police name woman killed in lorry collision in Kilburn High Road

15:01 24 July 2012

Pedestrian killed in Kilburn High Road has been named as 75-year-old Halimo Ahmed

Pedestrian killed in Kilburn High Road has been named as 75-year-old Halimo Ahmed

Jonathan Goldberg

Halimo Ahmed, 75, of Malvern Road, Kilburn, died at the scene last week

Police have released the name of an elderly woman killed in a collision with a lorry in Kilburn last week.

Halimo Ahmed, 75, of Malvern Road, Kilburn, died at the scene following the crash in Kilburn High Road at the junction of Belsize Road, last Wednesday (18), at 9.55am.

The driver was arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving and has been bailed to return to a North West London police station in November pending further enquiries.

Investigating officers are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.

Witnesses are asked to call the Road Death Investigation Unit based at Northolt Traffic Garage on 020 8842 1817.

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