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Pregnant woman hit by moped outside Romford primary school

12:32 23 September 2013

The 20-year-old was taken to Newham General with leg injuries

The 20-year-old was taken to Newham General with leg injuries

Archant

A heavily pregnant woman was taken to hospital with arm and back injuries on Thursday after colliding with a moped outside a Romford school.

The 26-year-old was crossing at the pedestrian crossing outside Crowlands Primary School, London Road, at midday when the incident occurred.

The traffic lights were red at the time.

The London Ambulance Service sent a single responder in a car and one crew to treat the patient, who was taken to Queen’s Hospital as a precaution.

A police spokesman said the moped rider, 19, who was on a grey Gilera 125, is being processed for reckless driving.

Do you know the woman involved? contact the newsdesk on 020 8477 3988 or email bethany.wyatt@archant.co.uk.

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