Family of South Harrow man calls for witnesses to come forward to collision

Harrow Times: Family calls for witnesses to come forward to collision Family calls for witnesses to come forward to collision

The family of a pedestrian who was hit by two cars have appealed for witnesses to come forward.

Emergency services were called to Petts Hill at the junction with Danemead Road, near South Harrow, at 5.05pm on Monday, January 27.

The 66-year-old South Harrow man was hit by two cars and remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital.

Members of his family have told the Harrow Times he has suffered severe injuries including facial fractures, a bleed in the brain, a broken wrist, a shattered pelvis and a punctured lung.

The family are asking if anyone saw anything near Petts Hill outside the BP petrol station on the day of the incident.

The Metropolitan Police's Road Collision Investigation Unit are investigating. Anyone with any information about the incident should call 0208 842 1817.

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