A pedestrian in North London was reportedly hit by a van who subsequently made off from the scene.
The woman was rushed to hospital following the incident and the Met Police are now appealing for help to locate the driver.
Officers were called to Broad Lane, Tottenham, near to Seven Sisters railway station, at 4.45 am on Sunday (December 5) after reports of a collision involving a person and a van.
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The police confirmed that the driver of the vehicle did not remain at the scene following the crash and left the area.
The woman was rushed to hospital where staff treated her and thankfully her condition is not believed to be life-threatening.
Police in Harringey posted details of the incident on their Twitter page with one person responding, “Awful. I’m about to run down Broad Lane.”
Footage taken from Transport for London cameras this morning showed a single police car at the scene with a large cordon in place so accident investigation work could be carried out.
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In a statement for the Met Police a spokesperson said: “Police were called at around 4.45am on Sunday, December 5, to reports of a van in collision with a pedestrian in Broad Lane, Tottenham near to Seven Sisters railway station.
“The van did not stop at the scene. The female pedestrian was taken to hospital. Her condition is not believed to be life-threatening.
“There has been no arrest and enquiries are ongoing.”
Any witnesses are asked to call 101, ref 1607/05dec
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