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UK News Police tape off Glasgow street after woman knocked down in horror crash

23:00  18 february  2020
23:00  18 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

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A WOMAN aged 90 has died after she was knocked down by a bin lorry near a supermarket. Cops and emergency crews rushed to the scene of the horror crash in Edinburgh this Locals say the woman was hit by at least one large vehicle - a Biffa bin lorry and a bus are inside the police cordon.

A woman has been knocked down during a rush hour crash in Glasgow.

Police placed a large cordon in the area after the horror smash on Ballater Road at 5.15pm on Tuesday.

The road, in the Gorbals area of the city, remained closed on Tuesday night as cops continue their investigation.

The victim, who was struck by a vehicle in the crash, was raced to the Queen Elizabeth University by ambulance crews.

Her condition is unknown.

a night time view of a city street: Police officers on the scene following a road accident in Ballater Street in Glasgow © Handout Police officers on the scene following a road accident in Ballater Street in Glasgow

One witness, who didn't want to be named, told the Record: "The incident happened adjacent to Glasgow Club Gorbals.

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Sergeant Jackie Dunbar, Greater Glasgow Road Policing Unit, Govan, said: “From our enquiries so far, it would appear that the boy, a pupil at St Paul’s Primary School on Anwoth St Obese woman nearly killed daughter in a head-on car crash – and now she’s transformed her life after losing 11 ST .

#BuenosAires commuters save a woman after she was knocked onto subway tracks by fainted man pic.twitter.com/a4z4vdCdZC. As the train is drawn to a halt, some of those watching from the platform jump down to assist the dazed woman and pull her up off the track.

"The road is shut off.

The pavements are all taped off.

"There's a big police presence and I saw an ambulance."

A woman has been taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital © Handout A woman has been taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

Video footage shows several police vehicles and a large police cordon.

Officers can be seen patrolling the taped off area.

A Police Scotland spokesperson told the Record: "We were called to reports of a woman having being hit by a vehicle on Ballater Street at around 5.15pm today.

"Ambulance crews were also on the scene and the pedestrian has been taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

"The woman's injuries are unknown at this stage."

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