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Walthamstow car crash leaves two in critical condition

The Hoe Street crash on Sunday also left two other people with serious injuries

The collision occurred on Hoe Street’s junction with Grove Road, Credit: Google Streetview

Two people are fighting for their lives in hospital following a head-on car crash on Hoe Street on Sunday night.

The collision occurred at the junction with Grove Road at around 7.10pm on 24th March.

The two car head-on crash left four occupants of one car with serious injuries. Two of the occupants are currently in a critical condition at hospital while the other two received serious injuries but are not in a life threatening condition, police said.


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Police are currently trying to locate the driver of the offending car, who ran off from the scene.

A woman, who was found in the suspect car, was arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving. She has been interviewed and bailed while further enquiries take place.

Officers from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit (SCIU) are investigating the car crash and have said they are particularly keen to hear from anyone who captured the collision on dash cam, who were in the area around the time of the collision, or have any information regarding the driver of the vehicle.

Any witnesses are asked to call 020 8246 9820 quoting CAD 5765/24MAR24. You can also report information anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111


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