Police attend after pedestrian hit by car in Cliftonville

Emergency services attended the scene Photo Chris Gadd

A pedestrian was taken to hospital last night (October 18) after being hit by a car in Cliftonville.

Kent Police was called to the collision in Northdown Road at 6.25pm.

A police spokesperson said: “Officers attended the scene in Northdown Road. The pedestrian reported injuries and she was taken to a local hospital for treatment.”

A section of the road was closed off while crews were on the scene and reopened at around 8pm.

A South East Coast Ambulance service spokesperson said: “Ambulance crews attended Northdown Road yesterday, (18 October), following reports of a collision involving a vehicle and a pedestrian.

“A woman was assessed and treated at the scene before being taken to William Harvey Hospital in Ashford.”

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  1. This was on the overhead dimly LED lit Zebra Crossing at the junction of Athelstan Road. Also on a camber in the road both making sight of the crossing difficult, especially when customers and the takeaway delivery vehicles for Eata Pizza are parked up on the extended Zig Zag lines meant to alleviate this sight issue.

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