Woman hit by bus in Battersea Park Road

Wimbledon Guardian: Battersea Park Road (Picture: Google Maps) Battersea Park Road (Picture: Google Maps)

A 34-year-old woman is in a critical condition after being hit by a bus in Battersea.

The woman suffered serious head and foot injuries when she was hit by the 156 bus, in Battersea Park Road, at 10.50pm on Wednesday.

She was taken to a south London hospital where she remains in a critical condition.

The bus driver stopped at the scene and has not been arrested.

The Serious Collision Investigation Unit at Hampton is investigating and appealing to anyone who might have seen the incident.

Anyone with information should call police on 020 8941 9011.


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12:34pm Tue 22 Apr 14

buggsie says...

Hope the lady recovers.
But - where was she crossing ? As a motorist I get fed up with folk thinking they can step out where ever on our Wandsworth Roads - sometimes less than a couple of bus lengths from an official crossing.
Before even thinking of making 20 mph (as if we could do more most of the time) pedestrians and cyclists should be charged with 'undue care & attention' on our roads.
Hope the lady recovers. But - where was she crossing ? As a motorist I get fed up with folk thinking they can step out where ever on our Wandsworth Roads - sometimes less than a couple of bus lengths from an official crossing. Before even thinking of making 20 mph (as if we could do more most of the time) pedestrians and cyclists should be charged with 'undue care & attention' on our roads. buggsie
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12:28am Wed 23 Apr 14

QPR4Me says...

Unless the 156 was out of service, the accident must have been between the dogs' home and The Royal Mail Sorting office. The only other possibility is that the bus was crossing Battersea Park Road while travelling along Queenstown Road. Either way, the picture used is not in anyway accurate unless, as suggested, the bus was out of service.
Unless the 156 was out of service, the accident must have been between the dogs' home and The Royal Mail Sorting office. The only other possibility is that the bus was crossing Battersea Park Road while travelling along Queenstown Road. Either way, the picture used is not in anyway accurate unless, as suggested, the bus was out of service. QPR4Me
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