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Police cordon off South Street after suspected hit-and-run outside Romford Station

PUBLISHED: 08:41 17 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:31 17 November 2017

South Street outside The Goose Pub where the suspected hit-and-run took place. Picture: Google Maps

South Street outside The Goose Pub where the suspected hit-and-run took place. Picture: Google Maps

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Road closures have been put in place while police investigate a suspected hit-and-run in Romford in the early hours of November 17.

Police were at approximately 4.19am to South Street following reports of a road taffic collision outside Romford Station near The Goose pub.

London Ambulance services have taken the woman to an east London hospital, where she has undergone surgery for a suspected eye injury.

Her condition is not believed to be life-threatening.

The driver of the vehicle involved is believed to have briefly stopped at the scene and got out of his vehicle before getting back in and leaving the scene.

There have been no arrests.

Road closures were put in place while the incident was dealt with.

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