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UK News Pensioner, 95, who died after horror smash on Glasgow street named by police

16:55  06 november  2019
16:55  06 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

Woman suffers serious head injury after being struck by car in Glasgow

  Woman suffers serious head injury after being struck by car in Glasgow A 52-year-old has been charged in relation to a road traffic offence in connection with the incident on West Nile Street on Saturday evening.Emergency services raced to West Nile Street at around 9.10pm on Saturday, October 27 after reports of a pedestrian being hit by a car.

A 95 -year-old woman who died in a crash on a motorway sliproad has been named .Agnes Ms Brannigan was from the Possilpark area of Glasgow . Police said the silver Ford Fiesta was heading north when it seemed to lose control, leave the road and crash into a ditch on the verge around 3.30pm.

A 95 -year-old woman who died in a crash on a motorway sliproad has been named . Agnes Brannigan, known as Nancy, was pronounced dead at the The 68-year-old woman driver is a critical condition after her car appeared to lose control heading on the sliproad from the M73 at junction 8 of the M8.

a man wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Agnes King, 95, died after she was struck by a car on Aikenhead Road in Glasgow's south side © Police Scotland Agnes King, 95, died after she was struck by a car on Aikenhead Road in Glasgow's south side

A pensioner who died after being struck by a car in the south side of Glasgow has been named as Agnes King.

The 95-year-old had been on Aikenhead Road when she was hit by a red Mazda car at around 5pm on Thursday, October 31.

Emergency services attempted to save the Glasgow woman's life, but she died at the scene.

Officers closed the road for four hours while investigations were being carried out.

Police Scotland have confirmed that enquiries into the incident are continuing.

Sergeant Jon Mochan, from the National Road Policing Unit, said: “We are extremely saddened to report that Agnes has sadly passed away following the collision.

“I would like to send my personal condolences to Agnes’ family and friends and my gratitude to the members of the public and emergency services who tried to help Agnes at the scene.

“Our enquiries into this collision continue and I would urge anyone with any dashcam footage, or any information which may be relevant, to please contact us.”

A spokesperson for Police Scotland added: “Those with any information can contact police on 101 quoting incident number 2725 of October 31.”

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