Pedestrian airlifted to hospital after car collision in Marlow

Road closed after Marlow traffic incident

Road closed after Marlow traffic incident

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A WOMAN has been airlifted to hospital with a serious head injury after colliding with a car in Marlow this morning.

Shortly after 9.30am a grey Hyundai and the pedestrian collided on Little Marlow Road, near the Esso petrol station.

The woman, aged in her sixties, was airlifted to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford with a serious head injury.

Officers have closed Little Marlow Road while an examination of the scene takes place, with police confirming it is due to reopen shortly.

The vehicle involved in the collision stopped at the scene.

Sgt Martin Harper, of Thames Valley Police Joint Operations Unit for Roads Policing, said: “I am appealing for anyone who witnessed the collision to speak to police.

“We would also be interested to speak to anyone who saw the vehicle prior to the collision.”

If anyone has any information, please contact investigating officer PC Neil Bevan from Thames Valley Police Joint Operations Unit for Roads Policing on the non-emergency number 101.

If you do not want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org.

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2:33pm Mon 20 Jan 14

Lane End Man says...

The person in Question is a Postie and was airlifted to JR Hospital. She was conscious until the air ambulance arrived where they sedated her.
The person in Question is a Postie and was airlifted to JR Hospital. She was conscious until the air ambulance arrived where they sedated her. Lane End Man
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6:20pm Mon 20 Jan 14

allrightnow2 says...

Lane End Man wrote:
The person in Question is a Postie and was airlifted to JR Hospital. She was conscious until the air ambulance arrived where they sedated her.
Was she using the crossing near the Esso Petrol station? Either way, thoughts are with her and hope she gets well soon.
[quote][p][bold]Lane End Man[/bold] wrote: The person in Question is a Postie and was airlifted to JR Hospital. She was conscious until the air ambulance arrived where they sedated her.[/p][/quote]Was she using the crossing near the Esso Petrol station? Either way, thoughts are with her and hope she gets well soon. allrightnow2
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9:35am Tue 21 Jan 14

sparky49 says...

allrightnow2 wrote:
Lane End Man wrote:
The person in Question is a Postie and was airlifted to JR Hospital. She was conscious until the air ambulance arrived where they sedated her.
Was she using the crossing near the Esso Petrol station? Either way, thoughts are with her and hope she gets well soon.
I believe she has had an op to remove a blood clot and is sedated.
Best wishes
[quote][p][bold]allrightnow2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lane End Man[/bold] wrote: The person in Question is a Postie and was airlifted to JR Hospital. She was conscious until the air ambulance arrived where they sedated her.[/p][/quote]Was she using the crossing near the Esso Petrol station? Either way, thoughts are with her and hope she gets well soon.[/p][/quote]I believe she has had an op to remove a blood clot and is sedated. Best wishes sparky49
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1:46pm Tue 21 Jan 14

Lane End Man says...

sparky49 wrote:
allrightnow2 wrote:
Lane End Man wrote:
The person in Question is a Postie and was airlifted to JR Hospital. She was conscious until the air ambulance arrived where they sedated her.
Was she using the crossing near the Esso Petrol station? Either way, thoughts are with her and hope she gets well soon.
I believe she has had an op to remove a blood clot and is sedated.
Best wishes
That is correct Sparky49, she is still in an induced coma.
[quote][p][bold]sparky49[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]allrightnow2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lane End Man[/bold] wrote: The person in Question is a Postie and was airlifted to JR Hospital. She was conscious until the air ambulance arrived where they sedated her.[/p][/quote]Was she using the crossing near the Esso Petrol station? Either way, thoughts are with her and hope she gets well soon.[/p][/quote]I believe she has had an op to remove a blood clot and is sedated. Best wishes[/p][/quote]That is correct Sparky49, she is still in an induced coma. Lane End Man
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