Pedestrians injured; witnesses sought in Ingleburn

Police from the Metropolitan Crash Investigation Unit are appealing for witnesses to a crash that occurred in Ingleburn last month, NSW Police say.

About 7.10am on Friday 13 October 2017, a 41-year-old woman was driving a grey Ford Focus north-west along Oxford Road, Ingleburn.

When approaching the intersection of Collins Promenade and Harold Street she came to a stop for a red traffic light.

On the green light the driver commenced a right turn and collided with two pedestrians who were crossing at the designated area.

A 60-year-old woman suffered serious injuries and remains in hospital, while a 69-year-old man suffered injuries and has since been released.

The driver of the vehicle stopped and rendered assistance. She attended Campbelltown Hospital for mandatory tests and is assisting with the investigation.

An investigation is now underway and officers are calling for anyone who may have witnessed the crash to come forward. Anyone with information should contact officers at the Metropolitan Crash Investigation Unit on (02) 8882 1458.

Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers.

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