Sidcup High Street closed and pedestrian in hospital after being hit by car

PUBLISHED: 13:10 07 June 2017 | UPDATED: 13:51 07 June 2017




The incident happened on Wednesday morning

A pedestrian has been rushed to hospital after he was hit by a car while in Sidcup High Street on Wednesay morning.

Police and London Ambulance Service were both called to the scene at around 11.10am, and the pedestrian, a man of unknown age, was rushed to a south London hospital.

His condition is described as “not life threatening” by Met Police.

Following the accident, the High Street has been closed between Church Road and Elm Road.

A Met Police spokesperson confirmed no arrests have been made, but “enquiries continue”.

We have approached London Ambulance Service for comment.

The road has since reopened, with Transport for London announcing: “Routes 51, 233, 321, 492, B14, and R11 are back to line of route following earlier closure of Sidcup High Street due to a road traffic collision.”

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