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Woman seriously hurt after town centre crash
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- Woman knocked down in Totton
- Huge tailbacks in town centre
- Emergency services at scene
With the road having been reopened, we will close the live blog. You can find a traditional-style story on the link below.
Pictures of the scene.
The road has now reopened and police have left the scene.
Commercial Road is due to open soon.
The crossing which was sealed off is now reopening to pedestrians.
Police have just reported that victim from accident is no longer in a life threatening condition.
One witness said: "I this woman lying on the ground - she seemed to be there for ages"
The road is still closed while police continue their investigations.
Anyone with information is asked to contact them by calling 101, quoting Operation Ingersoll.
Police have appealed for witness to the crash to contact them.
One woman said at the scene said: "It's awful - there are lots of police here - the woman looked seriously hurt, I hope she is alright."
The driver of the car, a 49-year-old-man from Southampton, is believed to be unhurt.
Officers have set up a cordon around the accident scene, causing long traffic delays for motorists travelling in and out of the town.
Four marked police cars, one unmarked police car and a police motorbike remain on the scene.
Emergency services were called to the scene at around 12.30pm after the pedestrian collided with a red Toyota Yaris.
Echo reporter Rebecca Pearson has sent this picture from the scene.
The accident happened as she used the pedestrian crossing on Commercial Road.
The woman is said to have life threatening injuries.
The resident, who is believed to be middle aged, was rushed to hospital with serious head injuries.
A woman has been knocked down at a pedestrian crossing in Totton.
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