Pictured: Boy, four, killed when hit by car crossing the road at pelican crossing on way home from trip to KFC with his mother
- Four-year-old boy named locally as Agarwin Sasikaran was hit by a car in Hayes
- The youngster was hit as he and his mother crossed the road in north London
- Family had visited local KFC before heading home when the tragedy happened
The first pictures have emerged of a four-year-old boy who was killed as he crossed the road with his mother.
The youngster, named locally as Agarwin Sasikaran, was hit by a car on Uxbridge Road, Hayes, west London just before 7pm last night.
The family are understood to have visited their local KFC for dinner before heading home when the tragedy happened.
The youngster, named locally as Agarwin Sasikaran, was hit by a car in Hayes, west London
The youngster was taken to a central London hospital but despite the best efforts of medics, he died there in the early hours of this morning. His family are aware
Police rushed to the scene in Hayes, west London, following reports of a crash just before 7pm yesterday.
The youngster was taken to a central London hospital where he died in the early hours of this morning. His family are aware.
The car driver stopped at the scene and is assisting police with their enquiries.
A relative told the Sun: ‘It’s a very sad time, they don’t want to say anything at the moment, we are all so sad, it’s such an awful thing to have happened.
He added: ‘It’s a 40mph limit on that road, but so many cars go much too fast, often much faster than the speed limit. It really needs to be stopped or more children will also be killed.’
The four-year-old died after being hit by a car while out for a Sunday walk in west London
Police, paramedics and the air ambulance were called to Uxbridge Road, Hayes, just before 7pm last night following reports of the collision
No arrests have been made.
Anyone with information that could assist the investigation is asked to contact police on 101 or 020 8991 9555 and quote CAD 5717/11Oct20. You can also tweet @MetCC.