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Person hospitalised with potentially life-changing injuries after incident in Harrow Weald

A person has been rushed to hospital with potentially life changing injuries tonight (October 31) after a road traffic collision in Harrow Weald.

Two vehicles were involved in a collision, the driver of one of the cars, and a person believed to be a passenger, fled the scene before police arrived.

The incident happened in Harrow Weald shortly before 9:00pm.

A member of Harrow Online said: “A friend of mine just posted a pic of the incident, I was in the area around the time of the incident – there was a black car driving around without there headlights on. Could possibly be one of the vehicles involved.”

Met Police told Harrow Online: “Police were called to The Meadow Way, Harrow at 20:53hrs on Sunday, 31 October following reports of a road traffic collision involving two vehicles.

“Officers attended with London Ambulance Service paramedics and found two cars, a black Mercedes saloon and a black Ford people carrier, which had both sustained damage following a collision believed to have taken place on the High Road.

“The driver of the Mercedes had left the scene with a person believed to be a passenger before officers arrived.

“The driver of the Ford is being taken to hospital with injuries that are potentially life changing.

“Road closures are in place while the emergency services respond to the incident. They are likely to be in place for some time.”

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We were called at 8:58pm yesterday (31 October) to reports of a road traffic collision on Meadow Way, Harrow.

“We sent an ambulance crew to the scene.  A man was treated for back injuries and taken to a major trauma centre.”

Anyone who witnessed the collision or who has relevant dash cam footage should call 101, with the reference 8225/31OCT.

Information can also be provided to Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.